ARE ANTISOCIAL ACTS
POSSIBLE UNDER HYPNOSIS?
There is a wealth of existing knowledge from research that has already been performed.
Please note the studies cited below...
Brenman, M. (1942) Experiments in the hypnotic production of anti- social and self injurious behavior. Psychiatry, 5, 49-61
Estabrooks, G.H. (1951). The possible antisocial use of hypnotism. Personality: Symposia on Topical Issues, 1, 294-299.
Fromm, Erica, Shor, Ronald (2009) Hypnosis: Developments in Research and New Perspectives
Fromm, Erika, Nash, Michael R. (1998.) Contemporary Hypnosis Research
Hoencamp, E (1990). Sexual abuse and the abuse of hypnosis in the therapeutic relationship. International Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 38, 283-298.
Kline, M.V. (1972). The production of antisocial behavior through hypnosis: New clinical data. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 20, 80-94.
Kline, M.V. (1958). the dynamics of hypnotically induced antisocial behavior. Journal of Psychology, 45, 239-245.
Rowland L.W. (1939). Will hypnotized persons try to harm themselves or others? Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 34, 114-117.
Watkins, J.G. (1972). Antisocial behavior under hypnosis. Possible or impossible? International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 20, 95-100.
Weitzenhoffer, A.M. (1949). The production of
antisocial acts under hypnosis. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology,