Scientometric analysis of psychological interventions based upon the use of Hypnosis
Scientometric analysis of psychological interventions based upon the use of Hypnosis

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Miguel Angel Muñoz

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La hipnosis es una técnica que se ha desarrollado con el paso de los siglos, cada vez con mayor peso clínico y científico. Actualmente la hipnosis constituye un método sólido de apoyo a tratamientos contra el dolor crónico y control de emociones ante situaciones que generan miedo y ansiedad como la cirugía u otro tipo de fobias, por lo cual se presenta como una alternativa al uso de fármacos por los especialistas en salud. Por otro lado dentro del campo de las ciencias del comportamiento, además de controlar respuestas de miedo y ansiedad, la hipnosis sirve como apoyo a las diversas técnicas cognitivo conductuales, al facilitar su asimilación y desarrollo. Esta investigación presenta un estudio cienciométrico de las investigaciones realizadas en los últimos quince años acerca de la hipnosis, a partir de publicaciones en revistas especializadas publicadas en español y en inglés, que están indizadas en SCOPUS, una base bibliométrica internacional especializada. Se presenta y discute de manera crítica las aplicaciones contemporáneas de la hipnosis, los campos en que ha tenido éxito su aplicación, sus limitaciones, las redes de investigación generadas durante el tiempo acogido por el estudio y se mencionan proyecciones probables para estudios futuros.

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