PSYCH101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Little Albert Experiment, Systematic Desensitization

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P s yc h we e k 7 no te s. Hypnosis: a procedure of inducing a heightened state of suggestibility. Hypnotic suggestions most effective when they fall into 3 categories. Ideomotor suggestions: related to specific actions that could be performed. Challenge suggestions: actions that aren"t to be performed, subject loses ability to perform action. Cognitive-perceptual suggestions: to remember or forget, or to experience altered perceptions such as reduced pain sensations. Dissociation theory: hypnosis is unique state in which unconsciousness is divided into. 2 parts, an observer and a hidden observer. 2 parts: indiv. focused on the suggestion and attending to something else. Social cognitive theory: explains hypnosis by emphasizing degree to which beliefs and expectations contribute to increased suggestibility. In this theory, people are conformed to what they expect (not in dissociation theory) Deja vu: distinct feeling of having seen/experienced a situation that is impossible/unlikely to have happened before.

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