Time to Explain the Nature of Hypnosis ?

@inproceedings{Naish2006TimeTE,
  title={Time to Explain the Nature of Hypnosis ?},
  author={Peter L. N. Naish},
  year={2006}
}
Time distortion is a well known phenomenon of hypnosis. Perhaps less well known are the distortions to temporal judgement that are exhibited by patients with Parkinson’s disease or schizophrenia. Both these classes of patient also suffer from hallucinations, which of course can be induced in hypnosis. It is argued that these are not chance parallels; they can all be accommodated by Gray’s (1995) account of the neurophysiology underpinning consciousness. Recognizing that patients with… CONTINUE READING

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