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Vorlesung über Methodik und Anwendung der ärztlichen Hypnose - II. Fraktionierte Hypnose, gestufte Aktivhypnose

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Title Vorlesung über Methodik und Anwendung der ärztlichen Hypnose - II. Fraktionierte Hypnose, gestufte Aktivhypnose
Alternative Title Lecture on the Methodology and Application of Medical Hypnosis - II. Fractionated Hypnosis, Stepwise Active Hypnosis
Author Langen, Dietrich
Contributors Karl-Heinz Höfling (Redaktion)
Günther Bauch (Kamera)
Horst Wittmann (Kamera)
C. Otte (Ton)
License No Open Access License:
German copyright law applies. This film may be used for your own use but it may not be distributed via the internet or passed on to external parties.
DOI 10.3203/IWF/C-1127
IWF Signature C 1127
Publisher IWF (Göttingen)
Release Date 1973
Language German
Producer IWF
Production Year 1968

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IWF Technical Data Film, 16 mm, LT, 452 m ; SW, 41 1/2 min

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Subject Area Psychology
Abstract Im Rahmen einer Vorlesung über die Anwendung der Hypnose wird in einem eingefügten Film ein Patient mit skeptischer Grundhaltung vorgestellt. Demonstration der fraktionierten Hypnose. In einem zweiten Film wird die gestufte Aktivhypnose, die aus dem autogenen Training entwickelt wurde, als moderne Form einer Hypnosetherapie vorgeführt.
The value, importance and use of hypnosis are explained in the framework of a film lecture. Together with the lecture a number of methods are demonstrated, first heterohypnosis, shown with a patient with anxiety syndrome. After an introductory talk and a few preliminary trials an initial hypnosis is demonstrated, induced by the fixation method. Other induction methods follow, like the fascination method, no longer in use, and the easily applied colour contrast method. Subsequently the course of a fractional hypnosis is shown in a subject with a basically sceptical attitude. Lastly a graduated active hypnosis, developed from autogenic training, is demonstrated as a modern form of hypnotherapy.
Keywords Autogenes Training
Hypnose
hypnosis
autogenic training

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