Meta Analysis Page Logo Absorption and Hypnotizability in Context
Appendix
Page  24
Home Title Abstract Introduction Method Results Discussion References Appendix

Appendix: Studies Used in the Meta-Analysis

[A B C] [D E F G] [H I J K] [L M N] [O P Q R] [S] [T U V W X Y Z ] [Top]

Balthazard, C. & Woody, E. (1992). The spectral analysis of hypnotic performance with respect to "absorption". International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 40, 24-43.

Barabasz, M., Barabasz, A., & Mullen, C. (1983). Effects of brief Antarctic isolation on absorption & hypnotic susceptibility: preliminary results & recommendations: A brief communication. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 31, 235-238.

Barrios, M., & Singer, J. (1981-1982). The treatment of creative blocks: Acomparison of waking imagery, hypnotic dream, & rational discussion techniques.Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 1, 89-109.

Chiofalo, L., & Coe, W. (1982). A failure to support the relationships of selected traits & hypnotic responsiveness in drama students. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 24, 200-203.

Council, J. & Huff, K. (1990). Hypnosis, fantasy activity & reports of paranormal experiences in high, medium & low fantasizers. British Journal of Experimental and Clinical Hypnosis, 7, 9-15.

Council, J. Kirsch, I., & Hafner, L. (1986). Expectancy versus absorption in the prediction of hypnotic responding. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 50, 182-189.

Council, J., Kirsch, I., Vickery, A., & Carlson, D. (1983). "Trance" versus "skill" hypnotic inductions: The effects of credibility, expectancy, & experimenter modeling. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 51,432-440.

Crawford, H., Brown, A. & Moon C. (1993). Sustained attentional abilities: differences between low & high hypnotizabilities. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 102,534-543..

Crawford, H. (1982). Hypnotizability, daydreaming styles, imagery vividness, and absorption: A multidimensional study. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 42, 915-926.

Crawford H., Knebel, T., Lyons L. & Sturgis, E. (1992, October). Dissociative-like experiences: Relationships to hypnotic responsiveness. Paper presented at the Society for Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis Annual Scientific Meeting. Arlington VA.

[A B C] [D E F G] [H I J K] [L M N] [O P Q R] [S] [T U V W X Y Z ] [Top]

deGroot, H., Gwynn, M., & Spanos, N. (1988). The effects of contextual information & gender on the prediction of hypnotic susceptibility. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 54, 1049-1053.

DePascalis, V., Marucci, F., Penna, P. & Pessa, E. (1987). Hemispheric activity of 40 Hz EEG during recall of emotional events: Differences between low & high hypnotizables. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 5, 167-180.

DiTomasso, M. & Routh, D. (1993). Recall of abuse in childhood & three measures of dissocation. Child Abuse & Neglect, 17, 477-485.

Drake, S., Nash, M., & Cawood, G. (1990-1991). Imaginative Involvement & hypnotic susceptibility: A re examination of the relationship. Imagination, Cognition, & Personality, 10, 141-155.

Farthing, C., Venturino, M., & Brown, S. (1983). Relationship between twodifferent types of imagery vividness questionnaire items & three hypnotic susceptibility scale factors: A brief communication. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 31, 8-13.

Finke, R., & MacDonald, H. (1978). Two personality measures relating hypnoticsusceptibility to absorption. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 26,178-183.

Frischholz, E., (1992, October).Paper presented at the Society for Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis annual scientific meeting. Arlington VA.

Frischholz, E., Spiegel, D., Trentalange, M., & Spiegel, H. (1987). The hypnotic induction profile & absorption. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 30, 87-93.

Glisky, M., Tataryn, D., Tobias, B., Kihlstrom, J., & McConkey, K. (1991). Absorption, openness to experience, & hypnotizability. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 60, 263-272.

Goodman, L. & Holroyd, J. (1992). Ego receptivity & hypnotizability. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, in press.

[A B C] [D E F G] [H I J K] [L M N] [O P Q R] [S] [T U V W X Y Z ] [Top]

Hilgard, E. R., Sheehan, P. W., Monteiro, K. P., & Macdonald, H. (1981). Factorial structure of the Creative Imagination Scale as a measure of hypnotic responsiveness: An international comparative study. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 29, 66-76.

Hoyt, I., Nadon, R., Register, P., Chorny, J., Fleeson, W., Grigorian, E. & Otto, L. (1989). Daydreaming, absorption & hypnotizability. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis,37, 332-342.

Jordan-Viola, E. (1981). Attitudes towards hypnosis, absorption in naturally-occurring hypnotic-like experiences, & hypnotic susceptibility of chronic alcoholics & heroin addicts. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Santa Barbara, CA: University of California, Santa Barbara.

Kamp, J. (1984). An individual differences study of the contributions of imaginative abillity & compliance motivation to hypnotic responsiveness. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis MN.

Kemony, A. (1986). The role of individual differences in mental practice. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Los Angeles, CA: University of California Los Angeles.

Kihlstrom, J., Diaz, W., McClellan, G., Ruskin, P., Pistole, D., & Shor, R. (1980). Personality correlates of hypnotic susceptibility: Needs for achievement & autonomy, self-monitoring, & masculinity-femininity. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 22, 225-230.

Kihlstrom, J., Register, P., Hoyt, I., Albright, J., Grigorian, E., Heindel, W. & Morrison, C. (1989). Dispositional correlates of hypnosis: A phenomenological approach. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 37, 249-263.

Kumar, V., & Pekala, R. (1988). Hypnotizability, absorption, & individual differences in phenomenological experience. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 36, 80-88.

[A B C] [D E F G] [H I J K] [L M N] [O P Q R] [S] [T U V W X Y Z ] [Top]

Labelle, L., Laurence, J. R.,Nadon, R., & Perry, C. (1990). Hypnotizability, preference for an imagic cognitive style, & memory creation in hypnosis Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 99, 222-228.

Lynn, S., Snodgrass, M., Rhue, J. & Hardaway, R. (1987). Goal-directed fantasy, hypnotic susceptibility, & expectancies. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 53, 933-938.

Lyons L. (1984). The relationship between absorption, hypnotic susceptibility & stimulus seeking: A factor analytic study. Unpublished Honours Thesis. University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg Manitoba..

Lyons L. & Crawford H. (1991). Attentional processing, arousal & hypnotizability. Paper presented at the Society for Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis annual meeting. New Orleans, LA.

McConkey, K., & Nogrady, H. (1986). Visual Elaboration Scale: Analysis of individual & group versions. Journal of Mental Imagery, 10, 37-46.

Monteiro, K., MacDonald, H., & Hilgard, E. (1980). Imagery, absorption, & hypnosis: A factorial study. Journal of Mental Imagery, 4, 63-81.

Nadon, Dywan, Adams & Sandler (1993).[Unpublished Data.] Department of Psychology, Brock University, St. Catharine's Ontario Canada..

Nadon, R., Hoyt, I., Register, P., & Kihlstrom, J. (1991). Absorption & hypnotizability: Context effects reexamined. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 60, 144-153.

Nadon, R., Laurence, J., & Perry, C. (1987). Multiple predictors of hypnotic susceptibility. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 53, 948-960.

[A B C] [D E F G] [H I J K] [L M N] [O P Q R] [S] [T U V W X Y Z ] [Top]

Page, R., & Handley, G. (1989). The Rapid Induction Susceptibility Scale. Psychology: A Journal of Human Behavior, 26, 49-55.

Pelon, D. (1983). Correlates of alexithymia & hypnotic susceptibility in a psychosomatic population: A multiple regression analysis. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Florida Institute of Technology.

Perlini, A., Lee, A., & Spanos, N, (1992). The relationship between imaginal ability & hypnotic susceptibility: Does context matter? Contemporary Hypnosis, 9, 35-41.

Radtke, H., & Stam, H. (1991). The relationship between absorption, openness to experience, anhedonia, and susceptibility. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 39, 39-56.

Register, P. & Kilhstrom, J. (1986). Finding the hypnotic virtuoso. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 34, 84-97.

Repka, R. J. (1991). Hypnotic responsivity of the deaf: The development of the University of Tennessee Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale for the Deaf. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee.

Rhue, J. W. (1984). Fantasy proneness: A construct validation study. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Ohio Univeriversity.

Rhue, J. W., & Lynn, S. J. (1989). Fantasy proneness, hypnotizability, & absorption: A re-examination. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 37, 100- 106.

Rhue, J. W., Lynn, S. J., Henry, S., Buhk, K., & Boyd, P. (1990-1991). Child abuse, imagination and hypnotizability. Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 10, 53-63.

Rivers, S. M., & Spanos, N. P. (1981). Personal variables predicting voluntary participation in and attrition from a meditation program. Psychological Reports, 49, 795- 801.

Roberts, A., Schuler, J., Bacon, J., Zimmerman, R. & Patterson, R. (1975). Individual differences & autonomic control: Absorption, hypnotic susceptibility and the unilateral control of skin termperature. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 84, 272-279.

Ronnestad, M. H. (1989). Hypnosis and autonomy: A moderator analysis. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 37, 154-168.

[A B C] [D E F G] [H I J K] [L M N] [O P Q R] [S] [T U V W X Y Z ] [Top]

Saavedra, R. L., & Miller, R. J. (1983). The influence of experimentally induced expectations on responses to the Harvard Group Scale of Hypnotic Susceptibility, Form A. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 31, 37-46.

Sheehan, P., McConkey, K., & Law, H. (1978). Imaginary facilitation and performance on the Creative Imagination Scale. Journal of Mental Imagery, 2, 265-274.

Sigman, A., Phillips, K. & Clifford, B. (1985). Attentional concomitants of hypnotic susceptibility. British Journal of Experimental and Clinical Hypnosis, 2, 69-75.

Siuta, J. (1985). Predicted imagining, involvement and play history, and hypnotic susceptibility. (pp 351-355). In G. Guantieri (Ed.). Hypnosis in psychtherapy & psychosomatic medicine. Verona Italy: Il Segno.

Siuta, J. (1990). Fantasy-proneness: Towards cross-cultural comparisons. British Journal of Experimental and Clinical Hypnosis, 7, 93-101.

Snodgrass, M., & Lynn, S. (1989). Music absorption and hypnotizability. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 37, 41-54.

Spanos, N., Arango, M., & DeGroot, H. (1993). Context as a moderator in relationships between attribute variables and hypnotizability. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 19, 71-77.

Spanos, N., Brett, P., Menary, E., & Cross, W. (1987). A measure of attitudes toward hypnosis: Relationships with absorption and hypnotic susceptibility. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 30, 139-150.

Spanos, N., Cross, W., Menary, E., Brett, P., & deGroh, M. (1987). Attitudinal and imaginal ability predictors of social cognitive skill-training enhancements in hypnotic susceptibility. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 13, 379-398.

Spanos, N., Nightengale, M., Radtke, L., & Stam, H., (1980). The stuff hypnotic dreams are made of. Journal of Mental Imagery, 4, 99-110.

Spanos, N. P., & McPeake, J. D. (1975a). Involvement in everyday imaginative activities, attitudes toward hypnosis, and hypnotic suggestibility. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 31, 594-598.

Spanos, N. P., & McPeake, J. D. (1975b). The interaction of attitutdes toward hypnosis and involvement in everyday imaginative activities on hypnotic suggestibility. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis,17, 247 252.

Spanos, N. P., McPeake, J. D. & Churchill, N. C. (1976). Relationships between imaginative ability variables and the Barber Suggesitibility Scale. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis,19, 39-46.

Spanos, N. P., & Moretti, P. (1988). Correlates of mystical and diabolical experiences in a sample of female university students. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 27, 105-116.

Spanos, N. P., Radtke, H. L., Hodgins, D. C., Berttrand, L. D., Stam, H. J., & Moretti, P. (1983). The Carleton University Responsiveness to Suggestion Scale: Relationships with other measures of hypnotic susceptibility, expectancies, and absorption. Psychological Reports, 53, 723-734.

Spanos, N. P., Steggles, S., Radtke-Bodorik, H. L., & Rivers, S. M. (1979). Nonanalytic attending, hypnotic susceptibility, and psychological well-being in trained meditators & nonmeditators. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 88, 85-87.

Stedrak, J. W. (1981). The relationship between personality and hypnotic susceptibility. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. George Peabody Collegte for Teachers of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee.

Stenger, P. (1984). College students' recall of partental child-rearing behaviors and their response to assertive and permissive styles of suggestion. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, St. John's University, New York.

Sweeney, C. A., Lynn, S. J., & Bellezza, F. S. (1986). Hypnosis, hypnotizability, and imagery-mediated learning. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 34, 29-40.

[A B C] [D E F G] [H I J K] [L M N] [O P Q R] [S] [T U V W X Y Z ] [Top]

Tellegen, A. (1993). [Unpublished Data]. Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis Minnesota.

Tellegen, A., & Atkinson, G. (1974). Openness to absorbing and self-altering experiences ("absorption"), a trait related to hypnotic susceptibility. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 83, 268-277.

Thorkelson, K. (1973). The relationship between hypnnotic susceptibility & certain personality, physiological, and EEG variables in M2 and D2 twin pairs. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis Minnesota.

VanBerg, C. (1989). Hypnotizability and piagetian cognitive developmental stage. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Berkley/Alameda CA: California School of Professional Psychology.

Vassend, O., & Nysveen, G. (1989). Hypnotizability, imaginative involvement, and anxiety. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 30, 30-36.

White, R. L. (1982). Personality and hypnotic susceptibility: A multidimensional approach. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Chapel Hill NC: UNC at Chapel Hill.

Yalom, V. (1988). The relationship between hypnotizability, absorption, and rorschach responses in a psychiatric population. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Berkley/Alameda CA: California School of Professional Psychology.

Yanchar R. J. & Johnson, H. (1981). Absorption, and attitudes towards hypnosis: A moderator analysis. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 29, 375-382.

Yiannikakis, E. (1976). Self-actualization, absorption, attitude toward hypnosis, sex, and hypnotic susceptibility in college students. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. Mississippi: Mississippi State University.

[A B C] [D E F G] [H I J K] [L M N] [O P Q R] [S] [T U V W X Y Z ] [Top]
Previous Next
Home Abstract Introduction Method Results Discussion References Appendix