Psychogenic and physiological sequelae to hypnosis: two case reports.

@article{Page1990PsychogenicAP,
  title={Psychogenic and physiological sequelae to hypnosis: two case reports.},
  author={Roger A Page and George W Handley},
  journal={The American journal of clinical hypnosis},
  year={1990},
  volume={32 4},
  pages={250-6}
}
Two cases of hypnotic sequelae occurring in a research context (with a non-clinical college population) are reported. Case 1 was a male who experienced retroactive amnesia following hypnosis: He was unable to recall familiar telephone numbers later that day. This was not a continuation of an earlier confusion or drowsiness (as is often found) since he indicated he was wide awake following hypnosis. Two parallels exist with previous reports: unpleasant childhood experiences with chemical… CONTINUE READING

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