Hypnosis in the Alleviation of the Smoking Habit
An approach to alleviating the smoking habit is outlined when emphasis is placed on motivation in the employment of hypnobehavioral methods. Creative Imagination and hypnotic susceptibility and their influence on results are discussed.
KeywordsSmoking Habit Avoidance Response Clinical Scale Specific Illness Creative Imagination
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