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Hypnosis and autogenic training in the treatment of tension headaches: A two-phase constructive design study with follow-up.

Hypnosis and autogenic training in the treatment of tension headaches: A two-phase constructive design study with follow-up. Zitman, Frans G. Van Dyck, Richard Spinhoven, Philip Linssen, A. Corrie (1992). Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 36(3), 219-228. Abstract 79 tension headache patients were randomly assigned to an abbreviated form of autogenic training (AT) or to a form Read More

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Penn State Psychologist William Ray PhD. on Medical Hypnosis

Probing Question: Does hypnosis work? By Melissa Beattie-Moss March 18, 2014 You’re growing tired. Your eyelids are getting heavy. You’re feeling very sleepy… Most of us recognize these words as the Hollywood script of a hypnosis session. Typically portrayed as the tool of comics and hucksters (“At my command, you will crow like a rooster…”) Read More