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hypnosis in Psychology, psychiatry topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhypnosishyp‧no‧sis /hɪpˈnəʊsɪs $ -ˈnoʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  1 MPa state similar to sleep, in which someone’s thoughts and actions can be influenced by someone elseunder hypnosis While under hypnosis, the victim was able to describe her attacker.2 MPthe act of producing this state
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hypnosisIndeed, many forms of treatment by hypnosis do not call for the patient to utter a word.Three incidental features of forensic hypnosis may help jog memories, but these potential memory aids are not unique to hypnosis.Mass hypnosis, mass psychosis, as related to auto-suggestion.At first glance, they seemed to do much better under hypnosis but the improved performance was mostly skin-deep.Often, Jones contemplated being put under hypnosis and attempting to return subconsciously to that fateful December night.Under hypnosis, we see one man insist that aliens placed a tracking device in his nose.That, however, is the only case where hypnosis can do harm.under hypnosisSeligson was able to remember details from his childhood while under hypnosis.