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    標題: 催眠狀態知覺喪失之研究
    Studies of the Sense in the Hypnotic Trance
    作者: 張根泉
    葉鴻儒
    貢獻者: 私立嘉南藥學專科學校
    省立台南師範專科學校
    日期: 1981
    上傳時間: 2013-11-12 13:50:10 (UTC+8)
    摘要: 催眠狀態中會喪失痛覺之問題中,發現自輕度催眠狀態開始至後催眠狀態中,喪失痛覺的暗示效果很大。並且以瞬間催眠法,亦會立刻喪失痛覺,然而痛點和冷溫點的分佈均在皮膚表面同一區域,所以冷溫熱的感覺,亦以催眠暗示應能發生效果。
    另由催眠狀態或催眠後狀態的溫度感覺研究亦解明了,知覺喪失暗示和電氣皮膚反射,似有相互矛盾現象,事實上,並沒有衝突,依實驗證明電器皮膚反射,只表示有物體刺激皮膚而已,並不代表痛或冷和溫熱的刺激。
    There were many reports about analgesia in hypnotic state, yet there have not been any study concerning the comparison of analgesia between each stage of the hypnotic state and after the hypnotic state. We can let people immediately lose sense of pain by induction of instant hypnosis. It is found that suggestions of analgesia are from the initiation of light hypnotic trance to deeply hypnotic trance. As pain points are distributed on the same section of skin as cold points and warm points is suggest people may lose cold and warm senses by means of hypnotic suggestions, too. This experiment supports my thoughts.
    This experiment also intends to explain that there is a controversial phenomenon between hypnotic suggestions and G. S. R. In fact, there’s no conflict. In this study, it hints that G. S. R. only indicates responses of touch to skin, not to the mediation of pain, coldness and heat.
    Appears in Collections:[嘉南學報] 7期 (1981)

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