Idiographic approaches to hypnosis research (or how therapeutic practice can inform science)

The American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis
R Nadon, J R Laurence

Abstract

We argue that both nomothetic and idiographic research strategies can advance scientific knowledge of therapeutic hypnosis. In particular, practitioners can make idiographic contributions to the scientific literature in a manner that will be received positively by a growing number of behavioral scientists. Broad methodological issues and concerns specific to hypnosis research are discussed.

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Jan 22, 2002·The American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis·Steven Jay Lynn, Kelley Shindler
Apr 1, 1997·The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis·N A Covino
Apr 19, 2000·The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis·S J LynnD Patterson
Mar 27, 2012·The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis·Jeremy B RoarkIsabella H Lin-Roark
Jan 10, 1998·The American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis·J D Boyd
Jul 1, 1997·The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis·J R Laurence
Apr 1, 1996·The American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis·D M Wark

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