Hypnosis and Memory
Helen Marie Pettinati
Guilford Press, 1988 - Psychology - 301 pages
The rapid growth of interest in the role of hypnosis for memory
enhancement has generated a significant amount of experimental work in recent years. This book is the first to provide in a single volume a comprehensive discussion of the conceptual and methodological foundations underlying studies of hypnosis and human memory. Written by leading figures in psychology and psychiatry, chapters explore the effects of hypnosis upon recall while integrating both forensic and clinical case examples.
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