heterohypnosis

heterohypnosis

(hĕt″ĕ-rō-hĭp-nō′sĭs) [″ + ″]
Hypnosis induced by another person, or by programmed CDs, tapes, videos, or related technologies.
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Self-Hypnosis: Behavioral and Phenomenological Comparisons with Heterohypnosis.
Medical heterohypnosis offers a powerful tool to reestablish a functional continuity of memory and identity in many such cases.
When most psychiatrists think of hypnosis, they think of heterohypnosis, which is the form of hypnosis in which one individual uses an induction to facilitate the experiencing of trance by another.