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American Hypnosis Association Research Articles

Academic Performance and Hypnosis

The American Hypnosis Association presents sixteen (16) studies related to Academic Performance and Hypnosis.

  • Study 1: Stress and Test Anxiety – Medical Residents
  • Study 2: Exam Anxiety/Scholastic Performance – School Children (13 and 14-Year Olds)
  • Study 3: Exam Anxiety/Academic Achievement – College Students
  • Study 4: Academic Performance – University Students
  • Study 5: Academic Self-Efficacy – 1st Generation College Students
  • Study 6: Exam Stress – Medical Students
  • Study 7: Self-Hypnosis, Exam Stress, and Staying Healthy for Exam Periods – Medical Students
  • Study 8: Hypnosis, Exam Stress, Staying Healthy for Exams – More Medical Students
  • Study 9: Hypnosis and Learning Other Languages
  • Study 10: Hypnosis to Increase Confidence and School Performance of Adolescent – Case Study
  • Study 11: Self-Hypnosis for Exam Stress of University Students
  • Study 12: Self-Hypnosis for Student Public Speaking Confidence
  • Study 13: Post-Hypnotic Suggestions Improve University Students’ Reading Comprehension
  • Study 14: Hypnosis for Test Anxiety – 12 to 13 Year Olds
  • Study 15: Hypnosis and Learning: Pilot Study on a Group of Students Regarding Visual-Spatial Memory
  • Study 16: Positive Effects of Medical Hypnosis on Test Anxiety in First Year Medical Students

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