False Memory Effect
The False Memory Effect is a phenomenon that has been researched for over 100 years. It is a matter of pseudo-memories, which are unintentionally stored incorrectly in the memory. A pseudo-memory is a special form of memory falsification, because here the wrong memory contents are fed to the affected person from the outside, i.e. by another person. Hypnosis and suggestions can also lead to such memory falsifications and pseudo-memories. This is important as a hyonosis therapist or hypnosis therapist to keep this absolutely in mind, if the desire of a client is to learn the truth about the past in hypnosis.
Self-test - Am I hypnotizable?
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Bin ich hypnotisierbar?