The Hypnotic Induction Profile and Absorption

@article{Frischholz2015TheHI,
  title={The Hypnotic Induction Profile and Absorption},
  author={Edward J. Frischholz and David Spiegel and Mark J Trentalange and Herbert Spiegel},
  journal={American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis},
  year={2015},
  volume={57},
  pages={122 - 128}
}
This study examined the relationship between scores on the Hypnotic Induction Profile (HIP) and the trait of absorption in three different clinical groups: Smokers (n = 226), Phobics (n = 95), and patients with Chronic Pain (n = 65). Two hypotheses were investigated. The first predicted that both the Eye-Roll sign (ERS) and Induction Score (IND) of the HIP would correlate similarly (r = .30) with scores on the Tellegen Absorption Scale (TAS), as has been previously reported with other measures… 

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