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Neurophysiological attributes of the hypnotic state and the utility of hypnosis in pediatric medicine and burn care.

Abstract
Three articles of special interest to the hypnosis community recently appeared in the general scientific and medical literatures. The first paper is a thoughtful review of the clinical applications of hypnosis in pediatric settings. The second article reports the findings of a randomized, controlled trial of hypnosis for burn-wound care, carried out at the University of Washington Medical School. The third article describes an innovative EEG laboratory case study tracking the cortex functional connectivity of a highly hypnotizable subject across various baseline and experimental conditions. These three articles are sturdy examples of how hypnosis illuminates (and is illuminated by) medical and psychological science.
AuthorsMichael R Nash, Jacob J Levy, Anthony Tasso, Nicole Perez
JournalThe International journal of clinical and experimental hypnosis (Int J Clin Exp Hypn) Vol. 56 Issue 4 Pg. 463-9 (Oct 2008) ISSN: 1744-5183 [Electronic] United States
PMID18726808 (Publication Type: Journal Article)
Topics
  • Burns (therapy)
  • Electroencephalography
  • Humans
  • Hypnosis (methods)
  • Neurophysiology (methods)
  • Pediatrics

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