Hypnosis with signing deaf and hearing subjects.

Abstract

Historically hypnosis with deaf people has been an underutilized intervention as the deaf were assumed not to be responsive to hypnotic suggestion. Recent research has begun to challenge these assumptions. Matthews and Isenberg (in press) compared the hypnotic responsiveness of deaf and hearing subjects on the Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale, form C… (More)

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@article{Isenberg1995HypnosisWS, title={Hypnosis with signing deaf and hearing subjects.}, author={G L Isenberg and William J. Matthews}, journal={The American journal of clinical hypnosis}, year={1995}, volume={38 1}, pages={27-38} }