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Functional Neuroimaging Studies of Hypnosis and Meditation: A Comparative Perspective

@inproceedings{Dumont2012FunctionalNS,
  title={Functional Neuroimaging Studies of Hypnosis and Meditation: A Comparative Perspective},
  author={L. Dumont and Christophe Z. Martin and I. Broer},
  year={2012}
}
  • L. Dumont, Christophe Z. Martin, I. Broer
  • Published 2012
  • Psychology
  • Over the last few decades, an increasing number of functional neuroimaging studies have been performed with respect to hypnosis and meditation. The objective of this article is to review a number of these studies to compare the neural substrates related to different components of hypnosis and meditation. We examine neuroimaging studies conducted to explore the impact of hypnosis on the brain regions and systems involved in color perception, hand paralysis, pain, and the default-mode network… CONTINUE READING
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