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developed altered state of consciousness is an uncontrolled negative trance, which theoretically can be transferred to a positive one, using techniques involving controlled altered states of consciousness such as music or hypnosis [ 6 – 8 ]. Both hypnosis

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The characteristics and changes of psychological immune competence of breast cancer patients receiving hypnosis, music or special attention

A pszichológiai immunkompetencia jellemzői és változásai hipnózisban, zenében vagy kiemelt figyelemben részesülő emlődaganatos betegek esetében

Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors:
Adrienn Vargay
,
Emese Józsa
,
Alexandra Pájer
, and
Éva Bányai

.I. , Józsa , E. , Jakubovits , E. , Vargay , A. , Zsigmond , O. , & Horváth , Zs. ( 2017 ). Evidence based research on the role of hypnosis as a psychological intervention in the care of breast cancer patients: a randomised prospective controlled

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Bányai, É.: Hypnosis in the light of neuroscience. In: Vértes, G. (ed.): Hypnosis – hypnotherapy. [A hipnózis az idegtudomány fényében. In: Vértes, G. (szerk.): Hipnózis – hipnoterápia]. Medicina Könyvkiadó

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. CJ Bejenke 1996 Painful medical procedures J Barber Hypnosis and suggestion in the treatment of pain

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Bejenke CJ (1996): Painful medical procedures. In: Hypnosis and suggestion in the treatment of pain, ed Barber JNY, W.W. Norton and Company, London, pp. 209–265 Bejenke C

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: Munich Lectures on Hypnosis and Psychotherapy, eds Peter B, Trenkel B, Kinzel FC, Duffner C, Iost-Peter A, M.E.G.-Stiftung, München, pp. 27–36 Bejenke C

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-item Toronto Alexithymia Scale—I. Item selection and cross-validation of the factor structure. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 38 (1), 23—32. Bányai, É. (1991). Toward a social-psychobiological model of hypnosis. In S.J. Lynn, & J

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294 Enqvist B, Bjorklund C, Engman M, Jakobsson J: Preoperative hypnosis reduces postoperative vomiting after surgery of the breasts: A prospective, randomized and blinded study. Acta

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processes and the finding of meaning in the experience and therefore PTG [ 7 ]. Since in the ASC, evoked by the diagnosis of cancer, the patients become more susceptible to suggestions, suggestive techniques like hypnosis or music may be especially effective

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careless conversation American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis 6 237 240 . 13. DB Cheek

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