2 edition of Stanford profile scales of hypnotic susceptibility found in the catalog.
Stanford profile scales of hypnotic susceptibility
AndrГ© Muller Weitzenhoffer
|Statement||[by] André M. Weitzenhoffer [and] Ernest R. Hilgard.|
|Contributions||Hilgard, Ernest Ropiequet, 1904- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||BF1156.S83 W42|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 46 p.|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||64003127|
The Stanford Scales: The Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scales were devised in the late s by Stanford University psychologists André M. Weitzenhoffer and Get this from a library! Stanford hypnotic susceptibility scale: forms A and B, for use in research investigations in the field of hypnotic . A sample of university undergraduates, selected from the full range of scores (0–10) on a shortened point version of the Harvard Group Scale of Hypnotic Susceptibility, Form A, was given the 5-point clinical scale and the point Stanford Hypnotic Scale, Form C in balanced order. There were no order effects.
Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale, Form C (SHSS:C) Link to Reports an early cluster analysis of data from the Stanford Profile Scales of Hypnotic Susceptibility. Subsequently revised in and Other Materials Assessment of hypnotizability. Presentation to the Research Workshop of the annual meeting of the Society for Clinical. difficulty taken from the Revised Stanford Profile Scales of Hypnotic Susceptibility: Form I and II (RSPSHS:I & II; Weitzenhoffer & Hilgard, ). The work of Hilgard and his colleagues has provided some factorial evidence for the face validity of the different facets of hypnotic phenomena measured by the RSPSHS:I & II (Hilgard.
The Stanford Scale of Hypnotic Susceptibility, Form C (SHSS:C; Weitzenhoffer & Hilgard, ) was scored in this study using a 0–10 scale (item #7 [age regression] items and item #9 [anosmia to ammonia] were omitted to reduce potential for adverse events; Raz et al., , Raz et al., ). Scores from 8 to 10 were defined as “high. Manual for the Stanford Profile Scales of Hypnotic Susceptibility, Forms I and II. Consulting Psychologists Press; Palo Alto, Ca: [Google Scholar] Hilgard ER, Morgan AH, Macdonald H. Pain and dissociation in the cold pressor test: A study of hypnotic analgesia with “hidden reports” through automatic key pressing and automatic talking.
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24 rows The Stanford Profile Scales of Hypnotic Susceptibility (SPSHS), available in two parallel forms (I and II), and permit assessment individual strengths and weaknesses within the general domain of hypnosis, somewhat in the manner of the profiles derived from subscales of the WAIS or MMPI (Kihlstrom, ).
Revised Stanford Profile Scales of Hypnotic Susceptibility, Forms I and II: To Provide Measures of Differential Susceptibility to a Variety of Suggestions Within the Induced Hypnotic State [Andre M.
Weitzenhoffer, Ernest R. Hilgard] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Revised Stanford Profile Scales of Hypnotic Susceptibility, Forms I and II: To Provide Measures of Author: Andre M. Weitzenhoffer, Ernest R. Hilgard. Josephine R. Hilgard adapted the Stanford scales for clinical testing of adults and children, and E.R.
Hilgard proposed that the Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale, Form C be tailored for special purposes, Stanford profile scales of hypnotic susceptibility book that some of the screening purposes of the Stanford Profile Scales of Hypnotic Susceptibility, Forms I and II, could be.
Stanford Scale Edit File:Hilgardmug jpg The Stanford Scale was developed Andre M. Weitzenhoffer and Ernest R. Hilgard in as a measure of hypnotic susceptibility. The Scale consists of three Forms: A, B, and C. Similar to the Harvard Group Scale, each Form consists of 12 items of progressive difficulty and usually takes fifty minutes to complete.
Publication date Note Stanford Auxiliary Library, SAL3 copy 1: Bound with: Stanford hypnotic susceptibility scale; Form C / Consulting Psychologists Press, Inc., -- Stanford profile scales of hypnotic susceptibility; Forms I and II / Consulting Psychologists Press, Inc., -- Manual for Stanford profile scales of hypnotic susceptibility; Forms I and II / Consulting Psychologists.
Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scales At Stanford University, Weitzenhoffer collaborated with Ernest R.
Hilgard in developing the Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scales   and the Stanford Profile Scales of Hypnotic Susceptibility, Forms I and II  which are considered the most widely referenced research tools in the field of hypnosis.
Title: Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale Author: Andre M. Weitzenhoffer/Ernest R. Hilgard Subject: Form C Keywords: Hypnosis Form C Created Date. Stanford hypnotic susceptibility scale, form C In opposition to the HGSHS:A, the Stanford hypnotic susceptibility scale, form C, or “SHSS:C”, is designed to rank individual subjects with greater detail.
As with the HGSHS:A, the SHSS:C consists of 12 progressively harder hypnotic suggestions, but, unlike the HGSGS:A, the responses are. a standardized item scale used to measure hypnotic susceptibility by means of the person's response to suggestions for movement.
It was developed at Stanford University by Frnest R. iiilgardI It was developed at Stanford University by Frnest R. iiilgardI. Stanford Hypnotic Clinical Scale for adults (10), Stanford Hypnotic Clinical Scale for children (11), The Alman-Wexler Indirect Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale (12) and The Waterloo-Stanford Group C Scale (13) can be counted among the scales that measure the amount of hypnotisability.
In the present study providing validity and reliability of the. on the table and place the book on a chair after a signal from the hypnotist. The Davis and Husband Scale (Davis & Husband, ) was practical and covered a wide range of hypnotic behaviors.
Prior to the development of the Stanford scales, it was the most widely used hypnosis scale (Edmonston, ). However, it did. Hypnotic depth scales Edit. Hypnotic susceptibility scales, which mainly developed in experimental settings, were preceded by more primitive scales, developed within clinical practice, which were intended to infer the "depth" or "level" of "hypnotic trance" on the basis of various subjective, behavioural or physiological changes.
85 former Stanford University students were retested on the Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale, Form A (Weitzenhoffer & Hilgard, ), after an 8 to year retest interval. Commonly used tests are the Hypnotic Induction Profile (Spiegel ), Harvard Group Scale of Hypnotic Susceptibility (Shor and Orne ), and the Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility scale (Weitzenhoffer and Hilgard ).
In these tests, subjects first undergo a hypnotic induction and are then rated on their responses to a series of behavioural.
Stanford profile scales of hypnotic susceptibility: forms I and II, to provide measures of differential susceptibility to a variety of suggestions within the induced hypnotic state  Weitzenhoffer, André M. (André Muller), The Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale, Form C (SHSS:C), developed and named 37 years ago, is arguably the "gold standard" of hypnotic susceptibility scales.
Hypnotic depth scales. Hypnotic susceptibility scales, which mainly developed in experimental settings, were preceded by more primitive scales, developed within clinical practice, which were intended to infer the "depth" or "level" of "hypnotic trance" on the basis of various subjective, behavioural or physiological changes.
Since the recent development of the Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scales, researchers have been provided a means of investigating crucial problems in the area of hypnosis.
This study investigates the applicability of the reported norms to a. Objectively-scored Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale, Form A (Weitzenhoffer & Hilgard, ). The adapted scale was developed at our laboratory to eliminate the need for a trained examiner to devote an hour's time to the testing of each subject individually.
This revised version can be administered to groups of unlimited size. Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale, (SHSS). The second hypothesis predicted generalization from Form C of the SHSS items to the Stanford Profile Scales items. The work of Wiseman and Reyher () and Cooper, Banford, Schubot, and Tart () showed greater improvement for sub-jects starting with higher scores than those.
Introduction. For many years, researchers have been investigating hypnotic susceptibility. The Stanford Scales of Hypnotic Susceptibility (SHSS) (Weitzenhoffer & Hilgard, ) and the Harvard Group Scale (Shore & Orne, ) are still relevant today, although variations and .The Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale is criticized with regard to a number of procedural and technical details as the result of pilot experience.
It is suggested that it cannot be administered and scored with complete efficiency by one E working on his own. The Hypnotic Induction Profile (HIP) developed by Spiegel and Spiegel (), has the advantage of being briefer than the Stanford scales and is a combined scale and induction.
There are different types of suggestibility and not all are related to hypnotic responsiveness.