Michelle R. Levine

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The individual and combined effects of hypnotic analgesia and a multicomponent cognitive–behavioral intervention were compared in the analog treatment of experimental pain. Eighty-three participants previously assessed for hypnotic suggestibility were randomly assigned to hypnotic analgesia, Stress Inoculation Training, combined (analgesia plus Stress(More)
Recent meta-analyses have shown that adding hypnosis enhances the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy. This hypnotic enhancement effect was evaluated in the analogue treatment of pain. Individuals scoring in the high (n = 135) and low (n = 150) ranges of hypnotic suggestibility were randomly assigned to 1 of 6 conditions: Stress Inoculation(More)
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