Hypnosis is no laughing matter – The Observer July 2012

by Dave Sabat on July 27, 2012

Long derided as a tool of quacks and comedians, the science of suggestibility is enjoying a revival as a clinical tool.

In recent years, hypnosis has seen something of a rebirth, and neuroscience studies using the technique are now regularly published in some of the most respected scientific journals.

Neuroimaging has also proved key in answering the question of whether hypnotised people are pretending to experience the effects. When people are asked to fake hypnosis, to the point where observers cannot tell the difference between them and the genuinely hypnotised people, the two groups are clearly distinguishable by their brain activity.

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