Why some people easily fall into hypnotic trance
Thursday, 21st January 2010
Researchers have speculated that people who find it easier to fall into a trance are more likely to have an imbalance in the efficiency of their brain's two hemispheres.
The expert found that hypnotically susceptible volunteers were better at perceiving when the right LED flashed first than when the left one did. This suggested that the left hemisphere of their brain was working more efficiently.
On the other hand, the non-susceptible people were just as likely to perceive the right LED flashing first as the one on the left.
Publication : DNA
TAGS : hypnosis science