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Blank, H.R. (1963). Psychiatry. XXV, 1962: The Interpersonal Relationship in Hypnosis. Rudolph Dreikur. Pp. 219-226.. Psychoanal Q., 32:140.
    
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Psychiatry. XXV, 1962: The Interpersonal Relationship in Hypnosis. Rudolph Dreikur. Pp. 219-226.

(1963). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 32:140

Psychiatry. XXV, 1962: The Interpersonal Relationship in Hypnosis. Rudolph Dreikur. Pp. 219-226.

H. Robert Blank

The author critically examines the rationales for the use of hypnosis in psychotherapy and other fields of medicine. He finds these to be weak rationalizations for a fundamentally destructive procedure because it deprives the patient of autonomy. He is opposed to hypnosis on scientific as well as ideological grounds, that is, from the standpoint of democracy as opposed to authoritarianism.

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Blank, H.R. (1963). Psychiatry. XXV, 1962. Psychoanal. Q., 32:140

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