Thomas Nagy

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This randomized pilot study investigated the effects of meditation with yoga (and psychoeducation) versus group therapy with hypnosis (and psychoeducation) versus psychoeducation alone on diagnostic status and symptom levels among 46 individuals with long-term depressive disorders. Results indicate that significantly more meditation group participants(More)
The authors have reviewed the NRC staff's required and suggested changes that were sent to Dr. Brittain Hill on May 7, 2001 regarding the subject milestone. Because of the potential importance of this paper, they have documented the disposition of required and suggested changes to this manuscript. These changes are made in strikeout-redline format on the(More)
Accuracy of repressed memories recovered in hypnosis cannot be reliably determined with any greater certainty than non-hypnotically recalled events. Therefore, the practice of therapists' accepting hypnotically enhanced memories as veridical, absent corroborating evidence, is not advocated. A 52-year-old woman with a 27-year history of panic attacks and(More)
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