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Ipnosi come "stato modificato di coscienza": un ponte tra ricerca sperimentale e prassi psicoterapeutica (seconda parte)
Titolo Rivista: IPNOSI 
Autori/Curatori: Paolo Scacchia 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2017 Fascicolo: Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  35 P. 5-39 Dimensione file:  579 KB
DOI:  10.3280/IPN2017-001001
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Tradizionalmente l’ipnosi è considerata uno stato modificato di coscienza, anche se non è stato ancora possibile trovare un accordo generale sul fatto che essa abbia un effetto sull’attività cerebrale, senza alcun contributo della suggestione. L’esacerbazione del dibattito stato versus non-stato modificato di coscienza dell’ipnosi rischia così di aumentare il gap tra la ricerca sperimentale e la prassi psicoterapeutica. Scopo di questo articolo è quello di analizzare le principali problematiche della ricerca sull’ipnosi, le prospettive attuali e future riguardo l’individuazione di marker psicofisiologici di tale condizione e le implicazioni cliniche della più recente ricerca scientifica sull’argomento. In particolare, verranno discussi i possibili utilizzi strategici dell’associazione implicita tra ipnosi e stato modificato di coscienza come placebo, priming o meta-suggestione per aumentare l’efficacia e l’efficienza dell’intervento medico e/o psicoterapeutico.


Keywords: Ipnosi, stato modificato di coscienza, suggestione ipnotica, psicote-rapia, placebo, priming.

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