Vol 2, No 2 (2014)

March 2014 - On Defining Hypnosis...

Target article and peer-commentary

Table of Contents

Letters

Letters
Judy Coldoff, Stanley Blicker, Marie Wilson, Noémie Aubert Bonn
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85–86

News & Views

Square to be HIP: The perils of the Hypnotic Induction Profile
Ilia Blinderman
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87–89

Articles

Graham F. Wagstaff
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90–108

Commentary

When in Doubt, Forbear!
Jean-Roch Laurence
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109–111
A Somewhat Altered Debate about the Hypnotic State
Erik Woody, Pamela Sadler
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112–114
Defining Hypnosis: The Pitfalls of Prioritizing Spontaneous Experience Over Response to Suggestion
Devin B. Terhune
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115–117
Defining Hypnosis: Process, Product, and the Value of Tolerating Ambiguity
Vince Polito, Amanda J. Barnier, Kevin M. McConkey
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118–120
Spinning in Circles
Etzel Cardeña
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121–123
Wagstaff’s Definition of Hypnosis
Irving Kirsch
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124–125
Defining Hypnosis: Altered States and the Need for Parsimony
Michael H. Connors
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126–128
Hazards of ‘Final’ Definition
John A. O'Neil
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129–131

Response

Making the Distinction Between the “Hypnotic” and “Non-Hypnotic”
Graham F. Wagstaff
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132–150