Master's Theses

Date of Award

Summer 1966

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Psychology

Advisor

William F. Gwynn

Abstract

This investigation studied the effects of sensory deprivation on hypnotic susceptibility. Two groups, a control group of 8 subjects and an experimental group of 8 subjects, were utilized. The experimental and control group were tested for hypnotic susceptibility. Later the experimental group was placed under isolation and re-tested for hypnotic susceptibility. The control group was also re-tested. It was found that the sensory deprivation significantly augmented hypnotic susceptibility scores.

Rights

Copyright 1966 Theodore S. Fremont

Comments

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