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Psychol Rep. 1997 Apr;80(2):636-8.

Use of group hypnosis to improve college students' achievement.

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Rowan College of New Jersey, USA.

Abstract

To examine whether group hypnosis would improve college students' achievement examination grades, including a midterm and final test of 30 educational psychology students who were hypnotized were compared with those of two control groups of 34 and 32 students. Analysis indicated for these intact classes the hypnotized group had a significantly higher mean score on final examination than those of the control groups, although differences in examination scores were nonsignificant at midterm. Suggestions for further research are made.

PMID:
9129379
DOI:
10.2466/pr0.1997.80.2.636
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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