Brain Activity and Functional Connectivity Associated with Hypnosis.

Abstract

Hypnosis has proven clinical utility, yet changes in brain activity underlying the hypnotic state have not yet been fully identified. Previous research suggests that hypnosis is associated with decreased default mode network (DMN) activity and that high hypnotizability is associated with greater functional connectivity between the executive control network… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/cercor/bhw220

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