'A componential approach to hypnotic memory facilitation: focused meditation, context reinstatement and eye movements'

@inproceedings{Wagstaff2007ACA,
  title={'A componential approach to hypnotic memory facilitation: focused meditation, context reinstatement and eye movements'},
  author={Graham F. Wagstaff and Jon Cole and Jacqueline Wheatcroft and Murdena Marshall and I. Barsby},
  year={2007}
}
Although hypnosis is now less popular as an interviewing technique in forensic investigations than it used to be, recent evidence suggests that some of the components of hypnotic interviewing might still be useful in the development of brief memory facilitation procedures. Two experiments are described which continue this componential approach to hypnotic interviewing. In the first experiment, the effects on episodic memory of a brief context reinstatement (revivication) procedure were examined… CONTINUE READING

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