In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Another psychologist, E.M. Thornton, extends the analogy between hypnotism, mesmerism, and exorcism.
- One of the illustrations in this book is of a newspaper advertisement, which screams, ‘How to get girls through hypnotism!’
- Wasn't it Randi who defined hypnotism as ‘two people lying to each other‘?
- He used to read palms and said he practised hypnotism.
- It is slightly like hypnotism but with an alteration.
- She even thought that mesmerism and hypnotism were occult arts.
- Therapists offered hypnotism and a range of counselling techniques to encourage people to quit smoking.
- Stage hypnotism by contrast involves using hypnosis on ‘volunteers’ for the sake of entertainment.
- His interest in hypnotism had been stimulated by Maltz, but Erhard's focus would be on ‘programming’ and ‘reprogramming.’
- So I said, ‘Oh, it's just some stuff I've been copying on hypnotism.’
- It is very strange that under hypnotism, people can only hear the voice of the hypnotist.
- Amongst the aspects of hypnotism and spiritualism he chose to focus upon was the psychological make-up of mediums.
- Gruzelier also suspects that hypnotism may interfere with subjects' evaluation of future emotions such as embarrassment.
- I think also at this era in the history of medicine, hypnotism was starting to be explored as a therapy.
- I find mentalism, hypnotism and the study of body language very intriguing.
- It's based on the Gulf War instead of the Korean War, terrorist fears instead of Communist fears and microchip implants instead of hypnotism.
- He was so impressed that he went on to study psychology, neuro-linguistic programming and hypnotism.
- I saw a connection between yoga practice and some of the stuff done with hypnotism.
- No hypnotism or anything like that is involved.
- Desperate for answers, she turns to a disgraced doctor who practices hypnotism.
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Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.