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The Argument Against Hypnosis Revisited (A Pictorial For Dummies)

JayVay

Since this is for dummies, needless to say it’s a visual. I’m saying it, though, because it is for dummies.

The argument for using hypnosis as a memory retrieval technique usually goes something like this: Whycome we can’t keep using it? It works.

Oh, it works all right, Chester. As a behavior influencing technique.

First up, please visit this link to the Renegade Hypnotist.

I don’t know what’s so renegade about this abhorrent behavior. Seems like it’s been going on for a mighty long time.

Then there’s….


On a saner note….

Then there’s….

Now let’s take a look at what happens when you apply a behavior influencing technique to memory retrieval.

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Uh-oh. Looks like…

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4 responses to “The Argument Against Hypnosis Revisited (A Pictorial For Dummies)

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