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Overall, while there are developing cognitive neuroscience theories of how hypnotic states are produced, there does not appear to be any known cognitive neuroscience basis for individual differences in hypnotic susceptibility based on a reasonable Google Scholar, Web of Science and Scopus search on the topic. There is at least some evidence to suggest that ...


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I know very little about fmri, but as @strongbad points out, surely it is Professor Thomas Nichols at Warwick. I'm not sure what the authoritative reference is, but Luo and Nichols (2003) might be worth a look. They state: We construct a histogram based on all non-tail data (10th to 90th percentile) and use the location of the minimum bin as the ...



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