Remembering and Forgetting Autobiographical Events : Instrumental Uses of Hypnosis

@inproceedings{Barnier2002RememberingAF,
  title={Remembering and Forgetting Autobiographical Events : Instrumental Uses of Hypnosis},
  author={Amanda J. Barnier},
  year={2002}
}
Although intrinsic hypnosis research focuses on the phenomenon of hypnosis itself, instrumental research uses hypnosis as a tool to investigate phenomena outside its immediate domain. The present paper illustrates the value of instrumental hypnosis research by focusing on the use of hypnosis to explore the remembering and forgetting of autobiographical events. In particular, the paper focuses on a programme of research using post-hypnotic amnesia to develop a laboratory model of functional… CONTINUE READING

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