The effects of contextual information and gender on the prediction of hypnotic susceptibility.

Abstract

Council, Kirsch, and Hafner (1986) obtained empirical support for the hypothesis that significant correlations between questionnaire measures of absorption and hypnotic susceptibility are an artifact of subjects' beliefs about their own hypnotizability. We tested this hypothesis in a two-session experiment. During Session 1, subjects completed questionnaire… (More)

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@article{Groot1988TheEO, title={The effects of contextual information and gender on the prediction of hypnotic susceptibility.}, author={Huub de Groot and Mark Gwynn and Nikolaos Spanos}, journal={Journal of personality and social psychology}, year={1988}, volume={54 6}, pages={1049-53} }