A Selected Bibliography
Index of bibliography
- Selected Periodicals
- Edited Overviews of General
Theories of Hypnosis (5 entries)
- Specific Topics Related
to Research into Hypnosis.
- General single-author
overviews, non-special-state views, social and experimental views
- On state-specific theories,
dissociation, and multiple personality (22entries)
- The Communications Perspective:
Milton Erickson, Neurolinguistic Programming, etc.. (6 entries)
- Hypnosis, volition,
mind control, abuse of hypnosis. Also legal aspects and psychology
of coercion (17 entries)
- The Human Mind in Science
(Consciousness, Intentionality, the "Unconscious Mind" from diverse
perspectives in science and philosophy of science) (23entries).
- Belief, Faith, and Knowledge.
Interpreting Reality Under Extraordinary Circumstances; Social and
Cultural Factors in Perception and Cognition (various viewpoints,
ranging from biological and physiological to social and cultural)
- Psychosomatics, "Mind-Body"
effects, Biofeedback, Misc. Physiological Effects in "Altered States."
- Hypnosis and Pain Control
- The Role of Imagination
and Fantasy in Hypnosis and Altered States (11entries)
- The Reliability of Hypnotic
Recall (8 entries)
* = particularly
- A brief list of technical
journals which frequently publish hypnosis research or have published
articles of great historical importance:
- Journal of Abnormal
- International Journal
of Experimental and Clinical Hypnosis
- Journal of Personality
and Social Psychology
- Psychological Review
- Psychological Bulletin
- Behavioral and Brain
- American Journal of
- American Psychologist
- Psychosomatic Medicine
- Journal of Nervous and
- Journal of Behavioral
- Archives of General
- Edited collections of
- 1. * Lynn, Stephen,
and Judith Rhue (eds.),1991,"Theories of Hypnosis: Current Models
and Perspectives," N.Y.: Guilford Press.
- Fromm, E. and R.E. Shor
(eds.), 1979, "Hypnosis: Developments in Research and New Perspectives,"
- Tinterow, M.M. (ed.),
1855 (1970), "Foundations of Hypnosis," Springfield, Il.: Charles
- Lecron, L.M. (ed.),
1954, "Experimental Hypnosis," Macmillan
- Naish, P.L.N. (ed.),
1986, "What is hypnosis? Current Theories and Research," Philadelphia:
Open University Press
- General overviews by
single authors and important or useful articles addressing specific
major issues related to hypnosis.
- General overviews by
single authors and important or useful articles addressing specific major
issues related to hypnosis.
single-author overviews, non-special-state views, social and experimental
- * Bowers, K.S., "Hypnosis
for the Seriously Curious"
- Barber, Theodore X., Spanos,
Nicholas P., and Chaves, John F. (1974)Hypnosis, Imagination, and
Human Potentialities. Pergamon.
- Spanos, N.P. and J.F.
Chaves (eds.), 1989, "Hypnosis: The Cognitive-Behavioral Perspective,"
N.Y., Prometheus Press
- * Barber, T.X., 1969,
"Hypnosis: A Scientific Approach," N.Y.: Van Nostrand Reinhold.
- Spanos, N.P., 1986, "Hypnotic
Behavior: A Social-Psychological interpretation of amnesia, analgesia,
and 'trance logic, '"Behavioral and Brain Sciences", 9:449-467.
- Wagstaff, G.F., 1981,
"Hypnosis, Compliance, and Belief," N.Y.:St. Martins Press.
- Hull, Clark L., 1933,
"Hypnosis and Suggestibility: An Experimental Approach," Appleton-Century-Crofts.
- Sarbin, Theodore and William
Coe, 1972, "Hypnosis," N.Y.:Holt.
- Weitzenhoffer, Andre,
1953, "Hypnotism: An Objective Study in Suggestibility," N.Y.: Wiley.
- Bowers, K.S., and Thomas
M. Davidson, 1991, "A Neodissociative Critique of Spanos' Social Psychological
Model of Hypnosis," in Lynn and Rhue, Theories of Hypnosis, 1991, N.Y.:
Guilford Press, pp. 105-143.
B. On state-specific
theories, dissociation, and multiple personality.
- * Hilgard, Ernest R.,
1977, "Divided Consciousness: Multiple Controls inHuman Thought and
Action," John Wiley & Sons.
- Spanos, Nicholas P. (1986)
"Hypnosis, Nonvolitional Responding and Multiple Personality: A Social
Psychological Analysis," in Brendan A. Maherand Winifred B. Maher
(editors), Progress in Experimental Personality Research, vol. 14,
pp. 1-62. Academic Press. (Critical of dissociation theory).
- White, R.W., 1941, "A
Preface to a Theory of Hypnotism," The Journal of Abnormal and Social
- White, R.W., and B.J.
Shevach, 1942, "Hypnosis and the Concept of Dissociation," Journal
of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 37:309-328.
- Hilgard, E.R., 1991, "A
Neodissociation Interpretation of Hypnosis," in Lynn and Rhue (eds.),
Theories of Hypnosis, N.Y.: Guilford Press, pp.83-104.
- Fischer, Roland, "State-Bound
Knowledge," Aug. 1976, Psychology Today, 10, pp. 68-72.
- Prince, Morton, 1957,
"The Dissociation of a Personality," N.Y.: Meridian Books.
- Thigpen, Corbett and Hervey
Cleckley, 1957, "The Three Faces of Eve, "N.Y.: McGraw Hill.
- Putnam, F., 1984, "The
Psychophysiological Investigation of Multiple Personality Disorder,"
Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 7:31-39.
- Goleman, D., 1988, "Probing
the Enigma of Multiple Personality," N.Y.Times, June 28, pp. C1,C13.
- Braun, B., 1983, "Psychophysiologic
Phenomena in Multiple Personality and Hypnosis," American Journal
of Clinical Hypnosis, 26:124-135.
- Coons, P.M. et al., 1982,
"EEG Studies of two multiple personalities and a control," Archives
of General Psychiatry, July, 39:823.
- * Bliss, E., 1984, "Spontaneous
Self-Hypnosis in Multiple Personality Disorder," Psychiatric Clinics
of North America, 7:137.
- Humphrey, N. and D.C.
Dennett, 1989, "Speaking for Ourselves: An Assessment of Multiple Personality
Disorder," Raritan, 9: pp. 68-98.
- O'Regan, B. and T. Hurley,
1985, "Multiple Personality: Mirrors of a New Model of Mind?," Investigations,
Institute of Noetic Sciences.
- Ross, C.A. (1989) Multiple
Personality Disorder: Diagnosis, Clinical Features, and Treatment.
John Wiley and Sons 17.
- Putnam, F.W.(1989) Diagnosis
& Treatment of Multiple Personality Disorder. Guilford Press.
- Kluft, R.P & Fine, C.G.
(eds) (1993) Clinical Perspectives on Multiple Personality Disorder.
American Psychiatric Press.
- Lowenstein, R.J. (guest
editor) The Psychiatric Clinics of North America, Special volume on
multiple personality disorder, September, 1991 (Volume 14,No.3). W.B.
- An exhaustive bibliography
on multiple personality disorder was at onetime available from George
Greaves, Ph.D., 529 Pharr Rd., Atlanta, GA 30305.
- * Beahrs, J.O,, (1982)
"Unity and Multiplicity: Multilevel Consciousness of Self in Hypnosis,
Psychiatric Disorder and Mental Health." New York: Brunner/Mazel.
- Braude, Stephen, (1991),
"First Person Plural: Multiple Personality and the Philosophy of Mind."
C. The Communications
Perspective: Milton Erickson, Neurolinguistic Programming, etc..
- * Rossi, E. (ed.), 1980,
"The Collected Papers of Milton H. Erickson on hypnosis", (4 vols),
- Zeig, Jeffrey and Peter
Rennick, 1991, "Ericksonian Hypnotherapy: A Communications Approach
to Hypnosis," in Lynn and Rhue (eds), Theories of Hypnosis,
N.Y.: Guilford Press
- Havens, R.A. (ed.), 1992,
"The Wisdom of Milton H. Erickson", (2 vols), N.Y., Irvington
- Bandler, RIchard and John
Grinder, (Judith Delozier), 1975/1977 (2 vols), "Patterns of the hypnotic
techniques of Milton H. Erickson, M.D." Cupertino, Ca.: Meta Publications
- Grinder, John and Richard
Bandler (ed. Connirae Andreas), 1981,"Trance-Formations: Neurolinguistic
Programming and the Structure of Hypnosis," Utah: Real People Press
- Moine, Donald and Kenneth
Lloyd, 1990, "Unlimited Selling Power: How to Master Hypnotic Selling
Skills," N.J.: Prentice Hall.
volition, mind control, abuse of hypnosis. Also legal aspects and psychology
- Barber, Theodore X. (1961)
"Antisocial and Criminal Acts Induced by Hypnosis: A Review of Experimental
and Clinical Findings," Archives of General Psychiatry 5:301-312.
- Hoencamp, Erik (1990)
"Sexual Abuse and the Abuse of Hypnosis in the Therapeutic Relationship,"
International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 38:283-297.
- Katz, Leo (1987) Bad Acts
and Guilty Minds: Conundrums of the Criminal Law. University of Chicago
- * Levitt, Eugene E. (1977)
"Research Strategies in Evaluating the Coercive Power of Hypnosis,"
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 296:86-89.
- Levitt, Eugene E., Baker,
Elgan L., Jr., and Fish, Ronald C. (1990) "Some Conditions of Compliance
and Resistance Among Hypnotic Subjects," American Journal of Clinical
- Marks, John (1979) The
Search for the "Manchurian Candidate": The CIA and Mind Control. Times
- Milgram, Stanley (1974)
Obedience to Authority: An Experimental View. Harper & Row.
- Orne, Martin T. (1972)
"Can A Hypnotized Subject Be Compelled To Carry Out Otherwise Unacceptable
Behavior? A Discussion," International Journal of Clinical Hypnosis
- Orne, Martin T. and Evans,
Frederick J. (1965) "Social Control in the Psychological Experiment:
Antisocial Behavior and Hypnosis," Journal of Personality and Social
- Rowland, Lloyd W. (1939)
"Will Hypnotized Persons Try To Harm Themselves or Others?" Journal
of Abnormal and Social Psychology 34:114-117.
- Thomas, Gordon (1989)
Journey into Madness: The True Story of Secret CIA Mind Control and
Medical Abuse. N.Y.: Bantam.
- Erickson, Milton H., 1939,
"An Experimental Investigation into the Possible Anti-Social Use of
Hypnosis," Psychiatry, 2, 391-414.
- * Orne, M. T., 1961, chapter
on hypnosis in Biderman and Zimmer, (eds), The Manipulation of Human
Behavior, pp. 169-215.
- * Wells, W.R., 1941, "Experiments
in the Hypnotic Production of Crime, "Journal of Psychology, 11:63-102.
- Brenman, M., 1942, "Experiments
in the Hypnotic Production of Anti-Social and Self-Injurious Behavior,"
- Gross, Michael, 1991,
"The Eyes Have It," The Fortean Times, #58,July, 1991).
- Rosenbaum, M. (ed.), 1983,
Compliance Behavior, Free Press.
E. The Human
Mind in Science (Consciousness, Intentionality, the "Unconscious Mind"
from diverse perspectives in science and philosophy of science).
- * Bowers, K.S. and D.
Meichenbaum (eds), 1984, The Unconscious Reconsidered, N.Y.:Wiley.
- * Bowers, K.S., 1990,
"Unconscious influences and hypnosis," in J.L. Singer (ed), Repression
and Dissociation: Defense Mechanisms and Personality Styles (pp.
143-179), Chicago: Univ of Chicago Press.
- * R.L. Gregory, 1981,
Mind in Science, Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press.
- Tart, Charles T., 1975,
States of Consciousness, N.Y.: Dutton
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and N.M. Weinberger (eds), 1993, The Neurobiology of Learning and
Memory, N.Y., Guilford Press.
- * Ornstein, Robert E.
(ed), 1968, The Nature of Human Consciousness: A Book of Readings,
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- * Davidson, J.M. and Richard
J. Davidson (eds), 1980, The Psychobiology of Consciousness,
- Erdelyi, M.H., 1985, "Psychoanalysis:
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- Marcel, A., and E. Bisiach
(eds), 1988, Consciousness in Contemporary Science, Oxford: Clarendon
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Consciousness Explained, Little, Brown.
- Flanagan, O.J. Jr., 1991,
(2nd ed), The Science of the Mind, Cambridge, Mass., Cambridge
- Bartless, F.C., 1964,
Remembering: A Study in Experimental and Social Psychology,
Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press
- Montefiore, A. and D.
Noble (eds), 1989, "Goals, Own Goals, and No Goals: A Debate on Goal-Directed
and Intentional Behavior," London: Unwin Hyman
- Libet, B., 1965, "Cortical
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in Biology and Medicine, 9, pp. 77-86.
- Libet, B., 1985, "Unconscious
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- Globus, Gordon G., Grover
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Brain: A Scientific and Philosophical Inquiry, N.Y.: Plenum Press.
- Davidson, Davidson, Schwartz,
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- * Ellenberger, H., 1970,
"The Discovery of the Unconscious: The History and Evolution of Dynamic
Psychology," N.Y.: Basic Books.
- * Kihlstrom, J.F., 1987,
"The Cognitive Unconscious," Science, 237,1445-1452.
- Weisenkrantz, L. (ed),
1988, Thought Without Language, Oxford: Clarendon.
- Brentano, F., 1973, (ed.
O. Kraus and L.C. McAlister, trans. A. Rancurello et al) "Psychology
from an Empirical Standpoint," Highlands, N.J.: Humanities.
- * Tart, Charles (ed.),
1972. Altered States of Consciousness, N.Y.: Doubleday/Anchor
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Social and Cultural Factors in Cognition and Perception (various viewpoints,
ranging from biological and physiological to social and cultural)
- Sargant, William, 1957,
Battle for the Mind, N.Y.: Harper and Row.
- Sargant, William, 1969,
"The Physiology of Faith," British Journal of Psychiatry, 115,
- Sargant, William, 1975,
The Mind Possessed, Baltimore: Penguin.
- Ebon, Martin, (Jan-Feb,
1977), "The Occult Temptation," The Humanist, 37, pp. 27-30.
- * Luhrmann, T.M., 1989,
"Persuasions of the Witch's Craft," Cambridge Mass.: Harvard Univ.
- Evans, Christopher, 1973,
Cults of Unreason, N.Y.: Farrar.
- Jahoda, Gustav, 1969,
The Psychology of Superstition, Baltimore: Penguin
- Berger, P. and T. Luckman,
1967, The Social Construction of Reality, N.Y.: Anchor.
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1968, Theories of Cognitive Consistency: A Sourcebook, Chicago:
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"The Cultural Part of Cognition," Cognitive Science, 5, pp.
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- Geertz, C., 1983, Local
Knowledge, N.Y.: Basic Books.
- Gellner, E., 1974, Legitimation
of Belief, Cambridge: CambridgeUniv. Press.
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1967, Knowledge and Belief, Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press.
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A. Tverski (eds), 1982, "Judgment Under Uncertainty: Heuristics and
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Cults: Faith, Healing, and Coercion, Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press.
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(eds), 1977, The Social Use of mMetaphor, Philadelphia: UofP Press.
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The Order of Things: An Archaeology of the Human Sciences, Vintage/Random
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The Varieties of Religious Experience, N.Y.: New American Library/Mentor.
- Underhill, Evelyn, (1972),
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- Zusne, Leonard and Warren
Jones, 1982, Anomalistic Psychology, Hillsdale, N.J.:Erlbaum.
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1976, "Restoration of Eidetic Imagery via Hypnotic Age Regression:
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- Purdy, D.M., 1936, "Eidetic
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- Rosett, Joshua, 1939,
"The Mechanism of Thought, Imagery, and Hallucination," N.Y.: Columbia
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Sensory Deprivation, N.Y.: Appleton
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Beyond the Body, Vermont: David
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Twemlow, 1984, With The Eyes of the Mind, N.Y., Praeger.
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- Merleau-Ponty, M., 1962,
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- * Ellson, Douglas, 1941,
"Hallucinations Produced by Sensory Conditioning," Journal of Experimental
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- * Spanos, Nicholas P.
(1986) "Hypnotic Behavior: A Social-Psychological Interpretation of
Amnesia, Analgesia, and 'Trance Logic'," Behavioral and Brain Sciences
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Barber, 1982,"The Fantasy Prone Personality: Implications for understanding
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Theory, Research, and Application, N.Y.John Wiley and Sons, A.A.
- Yuille, J.C. (ed), 1983,
Imagery, Memory, and Cognition, Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum.
- Sheikh, A.A., and T.T.
Shaffer (eds.), 1979, The Potential of Fantasy and Imagination,
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The Function and Nature of Imagery, N.Y.: Academic Press.
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Marihuana, Yoga, and Hypnosis, Chicago: Aldine.
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and Barber, "Vivid Fantasy and Hallucinatory Abilities in the Life
Histories of Excellent Hypnotic Subjects ('Somnambules'): Preliminary
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