Background

The present study determined the differences in hypnotic capacity, as measured by the Hypnotic Induction Profile (HIP),between patients referred to a psychiatric consultation liaison service (PCLS) and patients referred to a psychiatric outpatient clinic (POC). Two HIP scales were used to insure comprehensive results: The HIP Profile Score and the HIP Induction Score. Both the mean profile score and the mean induction score of the HIP were significantly higher for the PCLS patients than the respective scores of the POC patients. The authors discuss the implications of these findings in relation to diagnosis and treatment.

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Differences in Hypnotic Capacity: Patients Referred to a Psychiatric Consultation Liaison Clinic vs. Patients Referred to a Psychiatric Outpatient Clinic, 1994 [40 Pages, 14.0MB]

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