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Relazione tra fenomenologia della coscienza ed effetti di un intervento ipnotico: studio preliminare di un programma integrato di self-management per il dolore cronico
Titolo Rivista: IPNOSI 
Autori/Curatori: Federico Marcucci, Iacopo Belcari, Martina Rossi, Stefano Rossi, Antonella Ciaramella 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2021 Fascicolo: 1  Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  14 P. 41-54 Dimensione file:  225 KB
DOI:  10.3280/IPN2021-001003
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L’ipnosi è uno stato di coscienza in cui l’aumentata capacità di rispondere alle suggestioni ne modifica la fenomenologia associata al suo stato ordinario. Scarsa è la letteratura che evidenzia una relazione tra lo stato di coscienza e la risposta alle cure. Sono riportati dei risultati preliminari di una indagine della relazione tra la fenomenologia della coscienza, indagata attraverso il Pekala Consciousness In-ventory (PCI) e l’efficacia di un trattamento integrato di self management per il controllo del dolore e dell’ansia che include un programma di autoipnosi.


Keywords: Ipnosi, coscienza, self management, fenomenologia, autoipnosi, dolore.

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