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  • ...s in the hypnotic trancelike state. Braid's work led to the development of hypnosis as a medical technique, particularly in the treatment of [[mental disorder] ...er became interested in the phenomenon and dedicated his whole life to the search of the dynamics behind it. He experimented on himself, and gave lectures en
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  • ... later be developed by [[James Braid (physician)|James Braid]] as modern [[hypnosis]]. The later acceptance of hypnosis and [[psychoanalysis]], as well as the study of [[psychosomatic disorder]]s
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  • ...their male sex organs, Freud spent four weeks at the Austrian zoological research station in [[Trieste]], dissecting hundreds of eels without finding more th ...steria|hysteric patients]], producing numerous scenes of "seduction" under hypnosis. His success in eliciting these scenes of seduction (far beyond what he sus
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  • ...mber of organizations and academic programs have been created to conduct research into the existence, nature, and frequency of occurrence of such phenomena. ...y superseded the older expression, "psychical research." In contemporary research, the term "parapsychology" refers to the study of [[Psi]], a blanket term u
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  • ...ce in it than can be experienced through the five physical senses drives researchers to continue to report and study this phenomenon. The term '''Extra-sensory perception''' (ESP) was used by researcher and [[parapsychology|parapsychologist]] [[J. B. Rhine]] to denote "[[para
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  • ...ake]]ning, [[implicit memory]], [[subliminal message]]s, [[trance]], and [[hypnosis]]. While [[sleep]], [[sleep walking]], [[delirium]], and [[coma]] may signa .... Retrieved April 4, 2007.</ref> as well as his own therapeutic roots in [[hypnosis]] into an apparently new therapeutic intervention and its associated ration
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  • ...who suffered with mental problems. In the past 70 years infant and child research and new discoveries in adults have led to further modification of theory. D ...3). He also became aware of the experimental treatment, a combination of [[Hypnosis|hypnotism]] and "catharsis" done by "abreaction," his older mentor and coll
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  • ...eady happened before. The term was coined by a [[France|French]] psychic researcher, [[Émile Boirac]] (1851&ndash;1917) in his book, ''L'Avenir des sciences .... Recently, researchers have found ways to recreate this sensation using [[hypnosis]].<ref>BBC News, [http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/5194382.stm Déjà vu "
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  • ...m]]. The two of them were both searching for spiritual stability and their search led them toward [[Christian Science]], to which they both eventually conver ...tler’s woman in Britain, and some went so far as to claim that she had [[hypnosis|hypnotic]] powers.
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  • ...ed on May 18, 1897. Before writing ''Dracula,'' Stoker spent eight years researching European folklore and stories of vampires. Stoker's inspiration for the Before writing ''Dracula,'' Stoker spent seven years researching European folklore and stories of vampires, being most influenced by [[Em
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  • ...cobra rises from its basket and sways in time with the music, apparently [[Hypnosis|hypnotized]]. In fact, as far as the snake is concerned, the music is irrel ...). 2006. [http://www.itis.gov/servlet/SingleRpt/SingleRpt?search_topic=TSN&search_value=174348 Elapidae]. ''ITIS'' Taxonomic Serial No. 174348. Retrieved Dec
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  • ... that have shown to be helpful in reducing pain as well, such as [[yoga]], hypnosis, herbal remedies, and [[acupuncture]]. In some cases, a lifestyle change ma ...=Abstract&list_uids=15763072&query_hl=21]. Pain is also of interest in the search for the neural correlates of consciousness, as pain has many subjective psy
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  • ...r first husband's sudden death she developed an interest in [[mesmerism]] (hypnosis), animal magnetism, [[spiritualism]], and [[clairvoyance]]. She also contin Mrs. Longyear was a pioneer in the field of historic preservation. She searched the back roads of Massachusetts and New Hampshire to locate and purchase
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  • ...mation which the [[conscious]] mind does not &mdash; a common theory about hypnosis in Cayce's time. After [[Gladys Davis]] became Cayce's secretary on Septemb ...Cayce Centers are now found in 25 other countries. The [[Association for Research and Enlightenment]] (ARE), headquartered in [[Virginia Beach]], is an organ
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  • ...o information that the conscious mind does not—a common assumption about hypnosis in Cayce's time. After Gladys Davis became Cayce's secretary on September 1 ...unity. Respected scientists in both [[Europe]] and the [[United States]] researched the phenomenon and came to a variety of conclusions.
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