Hypnosis with specific relation to biofeedback and behavior therapy. Theoretical and clinical considerations.

Abstract:

:Hypnosis as an intrapsychological and interpersonal experience is used as an integrative and amplifying procedure in relation to biofeedback mechanism and behavior therapy. The hypnotic capacity for linking cognitive to affective reactions within a feedback loop of sensory and motor imagery is presented as a dynamic approach to behavior modification during psychotherapy.

journal_name

Psychother Psychosom

authors

Kline MV

doi

10.1159/000287343

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

1979-01-01 00:00:00

pages

294-300

issue

1-4

eissn

0033-3190

issn

1423-0348

journal_volume

31

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