Editor's Preface xiI.
he Nature of Hypnosis
11. Initial experiments investigating the nature of hypnosis 32. Further experimental investigation of hypnosis: Hypnoticand nonhypnotic realities 183. A special inquiry with Aldous Huxley into the nature andcharacter of various states of consciousness 834. Autohypnotic experiences of Milton H. Erickson (writtenwith E- L. Rossi) 108II.
Approaches to Trance Induction
1335. Historical note on the hand levitation and other ideomotortechniques 1356. Deep hypnosis and its induction 1397. Naturalistic techniques of hypnosis 1688. Further clinical techniques of hypnosis: utilization tech-niques 177
A transcript of a trance induction with commentary (writtenwith J. Haley and J. H. Weakland) 20610. The confusion technique in hypnosis 25811. The dynamics of visualization, levitation and confusion intrance induction 29212. Another example of confusion in trance induction 297.13. An hypnotic technique for resistant patients: The patient,the technique, and its rationale and field experiments 29914. Pantomime techniques in hypnosis and the implications 33115. The "surprise" and "my-friend-John" techniques of hypno-sis: Minimal cues and natural field experimentation 34016. Respiratory rhythm in trance induction: The role of minimalsen orv cue in normal and trance behavior 36017. An indirect induction of trance: Simulation and the role of indirect suggestion and minimal cues 36618. Notes on minimal cues in vocal dynamics and memory 373III.
On the Nature of Suggestion
37919. Concerning the nature and character of posthypnotic be-havior (written with E.M. Erickson) 38120. Varieties of double bind (written with E. L. Rossi) 41221. Two-level communication and the microdynamics of tranceand suggestion (written with E. L. Rossi) 43022. The indirect forms of suggestion (written with E. L. Rossi) 452