Graham Jamieson
Graham Jamieson
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Psychobiology of altered states of consciousness.
D Vaitl, N Birbaumer, J Gruzelier, GA Jamieson, B Kotchoubey, A Kübler, ...
Psychological bulletin 131 (1), 98, 2005
Hypnosis decouples cognitive control from conflict monitoring processes of the frontal lobe
T Egner, G Jamieson, J Gruzelier
Neuroimage 27 (4), 969-978, 2005
Psychology: From inquiry to understanding
S Lilienfeld, SJ Lynn, L Namy, N Woolf, G Jamieson, A Marks, V Slaughter
Pearson Higher Education AU, 2014
Executive control without conscious awareness: The cold control theory of hypnosis
Z Dienes, J Perner
Hypnosis and conscious states: The cognitive neuroscience perspective, 293-314, 2007
An empirical test of Woody and Bowers’s dissociated-control theory of hypnosis
GA Jamieson, PW Sheehan
Int J of Clinical & Exp Hypnosis 52 (3), 232-249, 2004
The modified Tellegen absorption scale: A clearer window on the structure and meaning of absorption
GA Jamieson
Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 33 (2), 119, 2005
Hypnosis and conscious states: The cognitive neuroscience perspective
G Jamieson
Oxford University Press, 2007
An empirical-phenomenological approach to quantifying consciousness and states of consciousness: With particular reference to understanding the nature of hypnosis
RJ Pekala, VK Kumar
Hypnosis and conscious states: The cognitive neuroscience perspective, 167-194, 2007
Pseudomemory effects and their relationship to level of susceptibility to hypnosis and state instruction.
PW Sheehan, D Statham, GA Jamieson
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 60 (1), 130, 1991
New directions in hypnosis research: strategies for advancing the cognitive and clinical neuroscience of hypnosis
MP Jensen, GA Jamieson, A Lutz, G Mazzoni, WJ McGeown, ...
Neuroscience of consciousness 2017 (1), nix004, 2017
Dissociated control as a paradigm for cognitive neuroscience research and theorizing in hypnosis
GA Jamieson, E Woody
Hypnosis and conscious states: The cognitive neuroscience perspective, 111-129, 2007
Hypnotic induction is followed by state-like changes in the organization of EEG functional connectivity in the theta and beta frequency bands in high-hypnotically susceptible …
GA Jamieson, AP Burgess
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 528, 2014
Pseudomemory effects over time in the hypnotic setting.
PW Sheehan, D Statham, GA Jamieson
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 100 (1), 39, 1991
Conceptual issues in hypnosis research: explanations, definitions and the state/non‐state debate
H Hasegawa, GA Jamieson
Contemporary Hypnosis 19 (3), 103-117, 2002
A critical evaluation of the relationship between sustained attentional abilities and hypnotic susceptibility
GA Jamieson, PW Sheehan
Contemporary Hypnosis 19 (2), 62-74, 2002
Relations between hypnotizability and psychopathology revisited
J Gruzelier, VD Pascalis, G Jamieson, T Laidlaw, A Naito, B Bennett, ...
Contemporary Hypnosis 21 (4), 169-176, 2004
Hypnotic susceptibility is positively related to a subset of schizotypy items
GA Jamieson, JH Gruzelier
Contemporary Hypnosis 18 (1), 32-37, 2001
Low and then high frequency oscillations of distinct right cortical networks are progressively enhanced by medium and long term Satyananda Yoga meditation practice
J Thomas, G Jamieson, M Cohen
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 197, 2014
Changes in mismatch negativity across pre-hypnosis, hypnosis and post-hypnosis conditions distinguish high from low hypnotic susceptibility groups
GA Jamieson, P Dwivedi, JH Gruzelier
Brain Research Bulletin 67 (4), 298-303, 2005
Time distortion and the nature of hypnosis and consciousness
PLN Naish
Hypnosis and conscious states: The cognitive neuroscience perspective, 271-292, 2007
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