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Friday, September 16, 2005

(outlink) In Search of a Deep Psychobiology of Hypnosis

Ernest Rossi, chronicler of Milton Ericksson and well-known researcher in his own right, has written a paper on In Search of a Deep Psychobiology of Hypnosis. Seems interesting.

On the topic of interesting theories of hypnosis: Dylan Morgan's free book Principles of Hypnosis builds a fairly broad base theory for hypnosis using control theory (a branch of mathematics). I'll be posting a review soon, summary: "READ IT!"


  • are you familiar with the works of Jay Haley? he is the sort of the official chronicler of Milton Erickson.

    By Anonymous roffe, at 11:00 AM  

  • I know *of* him, though only as "Somebody that's a direct with Ericsson and has written some things about it, and are famous for his work in his own right", with my impression of "official chronicler" being Rossi as the main one, secondary Bandler/Grinder (very different tack) and Jeffrey Zeig and Jay Haley sort of sharing a third place. It probably depends a lot on what direction you approach from.

    I'll do a bit more research and another post on it.

    By Blogger Eek, at 12:31 PM  

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    By Anonymous BG, at 1:52 PM  

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