Nevertheless, the claim that these effects are exclusive to a hypnotic state
has been contested, because waking suggestions can apparently also produce the effect (Raz, Kirsch, & Nitkin-Kaner, 2006).
The process begins with what is called induction--that is, being brought into a hypnotic state
has the following characteristics (19):
Even with voluntary participation, not everyone can be led into a hypnotic state
Once this phase of the treatment has been completed, the client is brought out of the hypnotic state
, and after brief client feedback, the consultation is completed.
At this stage the susceptible viewer doesn't mind what is being watched and is lulled into an almost hypnotic state
They were then brought out of the hypnotic state
and asked to respond to a set of yes-or-no questions about the movie.
Out of the hypnotic state
, they answered yes-or-no questions about the movie while their brains were scanned.
But when hypnosis is used as an adjunct to treat a specific problem, the operator usually guides the person in the hypnotic state
in a formal, structured manner.
But can't help wondering if she is still in some hypnotic state
An Eqyptian-Canadian, Maryem Tollar sings in both English and Arabic, often employing a syncopated cadence that invites a warm, hypnotic state
in the listener.
In the PG-rated shows, volunteers will be brought onstage and induced into a hypnotic state
, then perform as famous singers, dancers, comedians and sports personalities.