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Q 3. Halsband et al., (2009) found pronounced EEG differences in hypnosis, compared to meditation, especially in deeper stages of induction. They found more pronounced EEG differences during arm levitation, if the subject perceived the arm levitation as happening externally, not as their own action. What else did the authors report that showed differences in brain process between hypnosis and meditation? Reference Halsband, U., Mueller, S., Hinterberger, T., & Strickner, S. (2009). Plasticity changes in the brain in hypnosis and meditation. Contemporary Hypnosis, 26(4), 194-215. doi:10.1002/ch. 386

Q 3. Halsband et al., (2009) found pronounced EEG differences in hypnosis, compared to meditation, especially in deeper stages of induction. They found more pronounced EEG differences during arm levitation, if the subject perceived the arm levitation as happening externally, not as their own action. What else did the authors report that showed differences in brain process between hypnosis and meditation?

Reference
Halsband, U., Mueller, S., Hinterberger, T., & Strickner, S. (2009). Plasticity changes in the brain in hypnosis and meditation. Contemporary Hypnosis, 26(4), 194-215. doi:10.1002/ch. 386

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