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The neural mechanisms associated with hypnosis were investigated in a single highly hypnotizable subject by measuring the mismatch negativity (MMN) component of auditory ERP, reflecting the preattentive discrimination of change in stimulus flow, in normal baseline state and under hypnosis. It has been proposed that the frontal inhibition associated with(More)
Neuropsychological frontal lobe tests were used to compare individuals with high (n = 8) and low (n = 9) hypnotizability during both baseline and hypnosis conditions. Subjects were assessed on two hypnotic susceptibility scales and a test battery that included the Stroop test, word fluency to letter- and semantic-designated categories, tests of simple(More)
Handedness is considered an indirect marker for bilateral language capacity in the brain. The Edinburgh Inventory for Handedness and the Dissociative Experiences Scale (DES) were administered to 297 nonclinical volunteers. Female sex, young age, and non-right handedness accounted for 24% of the total variance on the DES, including both pathological and(More)
Visual distortions may be a frightening experience. They are often incorrectly diagnosed and easily dismissed. The causes of visual distortions are poorly understood. The aim of this study was to investigate the link between visual distortions and dissociative experiences in a nonclinical population. A total of 297 nonclinical volunteers completed the(More)
—We present an empirical model for noises in color measurements from OLED displays. According to measured data the noise is not isotropic in the XYZ space, instead most of the noise is along an axis that is parallel to a vector from origin to measured XYZ vector. The presented empirical model is simple and depends only on the measured XYZ values. Our tests(More)
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