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Lecture 4

Lecture 4 required readings Module 19 + 20

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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYCH 101
Professor
Richard Ennis

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Objective 191 define hypnosis and note some similarities between the behaviour of hypnotized people and that of motivated unhypnotized peopleHypnosis is a state of heightened suggestibility to which people are subject in varying degreesThe strength stamina learning and perceptual abilities of hypnotized people ay be matched by those of motivated unhypnotized people Objective 192 discuss the characteristics of people who are susceptible to hypnosis and evaluate claims that hypnosis can influence peoples memory will health and perception of painHighly hypnotized people can focus attention totally on task become imaginatively absorbed within and can entertain fanciful possibilitiesDoes not enhance recall of forgotten memoriesCan invoke false memoriesBoth hypnotized and unhypnotized people can both do the
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