First published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
I. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES
1. Early Theories of Hypnosis: A Clinical Perspective, Melvin A. Gravitz.
2. History and Historigraphy of Hypnosis, Nicholas P. Spanos & John F. Chaves.
II. SINGLE-FACTOR THEMES
The Neodissociation Perspective
3. A Neodissociation Interpretation of Hypnosis, Ernest R. Hilgard.
4. A Neodissociative Critique of Spanos's Social-Psychological
Model of Hypnosis, Kenneth S. Bowers & Thomas M. Davidson.
5. Hypnotizability: Individual Differences in Dissociation and
the Flexible Control of Psychological Processes, Frederick J. Evans.
Hypnosis as Psychological Regression
6. Hypnosis as a Special Case of Psychological Regression, Michael R. Nash.
Hypnosis as Relaxation
7. Anesis, William E. Edmonston, Jr.
III. CLINICAL PERSPECTIVES
8. The Locksmith Model: Accessing Hypnotic Responsiveness, Joseph Barber.
9. Ericksonian Hypnotherapy: A Communications Approach to Hypnosis, Jeffrey K. Zeig & Peter J. Rennick.
IV. THE SOCIAL-COGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
10. Role Theory: Hypnosis from a Dramaturgical and Narrational
Perspective, William C. Coe & Theodore R. Sarbin.
11. A Social-Cognitive Approach to Hypnosis, Nicholas P. Spanos.
12. Compliance, Belief, and Semantics in Hypnosis: A Nonstate,
Social-Cognitive Perspective, Graham F. Wagstaff.
13. An Integrative Model of Hypnosis, Steven Jay Lynn & Judith W. Rhue.
14. The Social Learning Theory of Hypnosis, Irving Kirsch.
15. The Ecosystemic Approach to Hypnosis, David P. Fourie.
V. INTERACTIVE-PHENOMENOLOGICAL MODELS
16. Two Disciplines of Scientific Hypnosis: A Synergistic Model, Robert Nadon, Jean-Roch Laurence, and Campbell W. Perry.
17. Hypnosis, Context, and Commitment, Peter W. Sheehan.
18. The Construction and Resolution of Experience and Behavior in Hypnosis, Kevin M. McConkey.
19. Toward a Social-Psychobiological Model of Hypnosis, Eva I. Banyai.
20. Hypnosis Theories: Themes, Variations, and Research Directions, Steven Jay Lynn & Judith W. Rhue.