Some researchers believe that hypnotic phenomena reflect what?
The workings of normal consciousness and power of social influence
What happens the more a subject trusts the hypnotist?
The more they allow the person to direct their attention and fantasies
Advocates about the social influence theory contend what about hypnotic phenomena?
That hypnotic phenomena are an extension of everyday social behavior, not something unique to hypnosis
What happens when the experimenter eliminates the subject’s motivation for acting hypnotized, perhaps by stating that hypnosis reveals their gullibility?
The subjects become unresponsive
The advocates of the social influence theory contends that hypnotic phenomena can be related to what other social phenomena?
Like behaviors associated with other suppose altered states, such as dissociative identity disorder and spirits or demons possession