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Abbreviation : PCI
Long Form : Phenomenology of Consciousness Inventory
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2017 Changes in the sense of agency during hypnosis: The Hungarian version of the Sense of Agency Rating Scale (SOARS-HU) and its relationship with phenomenological aspects of consciousness. HGSHS, SOARS, SOARS-HU
2017 Cue-Reactive Rationality, Visual Imagery and Volitional Control Predict Cue-Reactive Urge to Gamble in Poker-Machine Gamblers. PGSI, VAS
2017 Dopaminergic and Serotonergic Genotypes and the Subjective Experiences of Hypnosis. AIM, DIH
2015 Are hypnosis and dissociation related? New evidence for a connection. DES, SSD
2015 Feature-based coding system: a new way of characterizing hypnosis styles. AIM, DIH, FBCS
2013 Phenomenological aspects of hypnotic interactions: the effect of kinship. DIH, SHSS
2008 Alterations in the contents of consciousness in partial epileptic seizures. ---
2002 Operationalizing trance II: clinical application using a psychophenomenological approach. ---
10  2001 Phenomenological experiences associated with hypnotic susceptibility. HGSHS, SHSS
11  1999 State and trait depression, physical and social anhedonia, hypnotizability and subjective experiences during hypnosis. ---
12  1999 The Harvard Group Scale of Hypnotic Susceptibility and related instruments: individual and group administrations. DES, HGSHS, TAS
13  1997 Phenomenological experience in response to monotonous drumming and hypnotizability. ---
14  1997 Types of hypnotically (un)susceptible individuals as a function of phenomenological experience: towards a typology of hypnotic types. ---
15  1996 Behavioral and subjective scoring of the Harvard Group Scale of Hypnotic Susceptibility: further data and an extension. DES
16  1995 A short unobtrusive hypnotic induction for assessing hypnotizability: II. Clinical case reports. HAP
17  1989 The assessment of hypnoidal states: rationale and clinical application. pHGS