Traditional and alert hypnosis for education: a literature review.

Am J Clin Hypn. 2011 Oct;54(2):96-106. Traditional and alert hypnosis for education: a literature review. Wark DM1. Author information Abstract In laboratory research, hypnotic suggestions have increased simple learning performance. There is also evidence that hypnosis may be used to increase higher level cognitive processes such as reading speed and listening comprehension. But using a traditional, relaxed, eyes-closed induction made it difficult to read and take tests and do other activities involved in independent academic performance. The subsequent development and refinement of an alert, eyes-open induction and appropriate suggestions made it possible for students to significantly increase reading comprehension and …

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