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Kutatásunkban az imaginatív tevékenység szinkronizációs folyamatának vizuális modalitását, az interakciós partnerek által átélt Vizuális Imaginatív Szinkront (rövidítve: VIS) vizsgáljuk. A VIS olyan interakciós szinkronjelenség, mely az egymásra hangolódás egy jellegzetes formáját, a képzeleti tevékenység külső megítélő által is azonosítható harmonizációját jelenti. A VIS operacionalizálási folyamata alkalmazható hipnózis és éber helyzetben egyaránt. A Vizuális Imaginatív Szinkron vizsgálatához standardizált eljárás segítségével inger-szavakat nyertünk. Az esetleges szinkronjelenségek megismeréséhez kialakítottuk a rajz és leírás együttesét alkalmazó VIS tesztet, melyet a diádok résztvevői minden egyes, interakciós helyzetenként 5 darab motívum után külön kitöltöttek. A VIS értékeket a diádok VIS tesztjeinek független megítélők hasonlóság alapján történő megítélésével határoztuk meg. A tanulmányban ismertetjük a standardizált keretek között zajló hipnózis és éber vizsgálati helyzetek eredményeit, illetve a VIS kapcsolatát további tesztekkel mért pszichológiai ismérvekkel (Képzeleti Tevékenység Kérdőív (VVIQ), Archaikus Bevonódási Skála (ABS), Phenomenology of Consciousness Inventory (PCI), Diádikus Interakciós Harmónia (DIH), Szemekből Olvasás Teszt (SZOT)). Az eredmények alapján kijelenthetjük, hogy egy új interakciós szinkronjelenséget azonosítottunk, mely megbízhatóan mérhető éber és hipnózis helyzetben egyaránt.

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