New behavioral data concerning the autoerythrocyte sensitization syndrome
Language: 
English
Abstract: 

A typical case of autoerythrocyte sensitization or the Gardner-Diamond syndrome was reviewed with respect to personality factors, hypnotic influence in general, the effect of controlled hypnosis under two variable conditions, and the measurement of certain psychophysiologic responses before and following hypnosis. In this case it was not possible to delineate a clear psychiatric syndrome and hypnotic suggestion induced the classical lesion only during the active phase of the disease. When the lesions were absent or quiescent, no changes in various psychophysiologic measurements taken were observed.

Author(s): 
Erwin, W. J.
Granacher, R. P.
Item Type: 
Journal Article
Publication Title: 
Southern Medical Journal
Journal Abbreviation: 
South. Med. J.
Publication Date: 
Jul-77
Publication Year: 
1977
Pages: 
876-878
Volume: 
70
Issue: 
7
ISSN: 
0038-4348
Library Catalog: 
PubMed
Extra: 
PMID: 877654

Turabian/Chicago Citation

W. J. Erwin and R. P. Granacher. Jul-77. "New behavioral data concerning the autoerythrocyte sensitization syndrome." Southern Medical Journal 70: 7: 876-878.

Wikipedia Citation

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