Hypnosis: Theory, Practice and Application

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Carol Publishing Group, May 1, 1995 - Psychology - 176 pages
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Discusses the Theory of Psychic Relative Exclusion, the techniques for inducing and maintaining hypnotic control, and the therapeutic value of autohypnosis, external control, autosuggestions, and controlled slumber

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Interesting, if a bit outdated and repetitive. Relies heavily on a belief in the merits of Freudian psychoanalysis. Read full review


The Theory of Psychic Relative Exclusion
General Application of the Theory

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Rhodes is a consulting psychologist in New York City.

Kennedy is Professor of Neurology at Cornell University College of Medicine.

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