2 edition of Suggestibility, a factorial and experimental analysis. found in the catalog.
Suggestibility, a factorial and experimental analysis.
Karl Gustaf StukaМЃt
|Series||Acta psychologica Gothoburgensia,, 2|
|LC Classifications||BF1156.S8 S83|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||248|
|LC Control Number||59038657|
() still reports a negative correlation between suggestibility and intelligence, results cannot be compared with those previously men-tioned. This is because Gudjonsson developed a special suggestibility test for use in police interrogations. Overall, it can be concluded that, since the end of the s or the beginning of the s, the pos-File Size: KB. Full text of "A study in self-disclosure among the Vietnam prisoners of other formats OUDlCr KNOX UBRARY NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOCi •"«CA / / A STUDY IN SELF-DISCLOSURE AMONG THE VIETNAM PRISONERS OF WAR A Thesis Presented to the Graduate Faculty of the School of Human Behavior United States International University In .
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stukát, Karl Gustaf. Suggestibility, a factorial and experimental analysis. Stockholm, Almqvist & Wiksell, Factor structure of suggestibility a factorial and experimental analysis.
book new evidence for direct and indirect suggestibility Suggestibility: A factorial and. experimental analysis.
Stockholm: Almqvist and. : Romuald Polczyk. The Suggestibility of the Child Witness: The Role of Individual Differences and Their Assessment. The evaluation of individual statements of crime witnesses is a task that has been performed by German psychologists for legal courts in the last 40 years in.
Abstract. This paper is intended to elucidate conceptual similarities between attitude change and suggestibility. In particular, we ask whether the tendency to retain an initial expectation is related to the tendency to comply with demands which suggest a biased sensory by: 2.
What Hypnosis Does for Experimental Psychology John F. Kihlstrom University of California, Berkeley. Note: Paper presented at a symposium on "What Hypnosis Does for Psychology", chaired by David Spiegel, at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, Aug Hypnosis has never been a central focus of experimental.
Suggestibility, a factorial and experimental analysis Karl Gustaf Stukát Published in in Stockholm by Almqvist & Wiksell Services. Abstract. Suggestibility has been an important concept in the history of psychology and psychiatry.
In a factorial and experimental analysis. book to being equated with gullibility and persuasibility (Abraham, ), the concept of suggestibility has been central to the historical development of hypnosis (Weitzenhoffer, ), has been used to explain the placebo response in Cited by: A Suggestibility Scale for Children.
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The Typology of Hypnotic Suggestion (Eysenck) The psychologist Hans Eysenck () published an interesting analysis of experimental dataon hypnotic suggestion, often overlooked by hypnotherapists, in his book Dimensions of Personality ().
Chapter 5 of Eysenck’s book is entitled ‘Suggestibility and Hypnosis’ and reviews evidence relating to the classification of. Memory and suggestibility in children with typical development and intellectual disabilities.
In Investigative Suggestibility: Theory, Research, and Applications (A Ridley, Ed.) John Wiley and Sons, Inc. London, K. & Wright, D.B. Analyzing change between two or more groups: ANOVA versus ANCOVA.
Group assessment of primary suggestibility A measure of primary suggestibility (Eysenck and Furneaux, ; Stukát, ; Weitzenhoffer, ) was obtained from each S to serve as a covariate in the analysis of treatment effects.
The Harvard Group Scale of Hypnotic Susceptibility, (HGS), Form A, (Shor and Orne, ) provided the by: This book contains the proceedings of the First International Sym posium on Suggestion and Suggestibility, held at the University of Giessen in the Federal Republic of Germany, Julyupon the initiative of and organized by Dr.
Gheorghiu and Dr. Netter. This is the original work on which Hans Eysenck's fifty years of research have been built.
It introduced many new ideas about the nature and measurement of personality into the field, related personality to abnormal psychology, and demonstrated the possibility of testing personality theory experimentally. The book is the result of a concentrated and cooperative.
Spontaneous recovery is a phenomenon of learning and memory that was first named and described by Ivan Pavlov in his studies of classical (Pavlovian) that context, it refers to the re-emergence of a previously extinguished conditioned response after a delay. Such a recovery of "lost" behaviors can be observed within a variety of domains, and the recovery of.
Originally published inthis third edition was first published in It was one of the early attempts at bringing together theories of personality organisation and finding empirical evidence to test their hypotheses.
This third edition includes additional chapters and updated references to current research of the time. It is a particular feature of this book that a. The Structure of Human Personality (Psychology Revivals) characterized clusters concepts conservatism correlations cyclothymia derived dimensions discussion emotional eurymorph experiment experimental extracted extraverts Eysenck factor analysis factor saturations factorial study fluency function genet given high N hypothesis individual.
University of Toledo Department of Psychology (fax) West Bancroft Street Mailstop @ Toledo, OH EMPLOYMENT present University of Toledo, Department of Psychology, Associate Chair. Kaup, B., & Zwaan, R. Effects of negation and situational presence on the accessibility of text information.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 29(3), From the general discussion (p. ) of a paper reporting 2 expts, with multiple factorial ANOVAs.
In two factorial studies of altogether 16 different tests of suggestibility, it was shown that these tests define two entirely different and separate types of suggestibility: (1) Primary suggestibility, characterised by dependence on ideo-motor action, and (2) Secondary suggestibility, characterised by dependence on indirection.
The assessment and adequacy of the reliability and validity of independent and dependent variables and general methodology of these studies varied from poor to excellent.
Despite these limitations the overall results suggest that there is a weak relationship between tests of suggestibility and a moderately consistent relationship between the Cited by: Examines the hypothesis that women are more influenceable than men in a variety of situations.
For persuasion research and for conformity studies not involving group pressure, there is scant empirical support for a sex difference, and for group pressure conformity research, there is support among a substantial minority of studies. Also explored is the possibility that various Cited by: Examined the psychological mechanisms responsible for suggestibility in the accounts of young children in 4 experiments.
Exp I examined whether children (aged 3–12 yrs) were susceptible to misleading postevent information. Results indicate that young children (3- and 4-yr olds) are particularly vulnerable to suggestion.
The subsequent experiments focused on this age range .