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KIRSCH, I., CARDEÑA, E., DERBYSHIRE, S., DIENES, Z., HEAP, M., KALLIO, S., MAZZONI, G., NAISH, P., OAKLEY, D., POTTER, C., WALTERS, V., WHALLEY, M. (2011). Definitions of hypnosis and hypnotizability and their relation to suggestion and suggestibility: A consensus statement. Contemporary Hypnosis and Integrative Therapy, 28(9), 107-115.

 

OAKLEY, D. A. & HALLIGAN, P. W. (2009). Hypnotic suggestion and cognitive neuroscience. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 13, 6, 264- 270
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WHALLEY, M. G., BROOKS, G. B. (2009). Enhancement of suggestibility and imaginative ability with nitrous oxide. Psychopharmacology, 203, 745-752.

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DERBYSHIRE, S. W. G., WHALLEY, M. G., OAKLEY, D. A. (2008). Fibromyalgia pain and its modulation by hypnotic and non-hypnotic suggestion: An fMRI analysis. European Journal of Pain (in press)
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WHALLEY, MG., FARMER, E., BREWIN, CR. (2007). Pain flashbacks following the July 7th 2005 London bombings. Pain, 132, 332-336.
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HOLMES, EA., OAKLEY, DA., STUART, ADP., BREWIN, CR. (2006). Investigating peri-traumatic dissociation using hypnosis during a traumatic film. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 7(4), 91-113.
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OAKLEY, DA., DEELEY. Q., HALLIGAN, P. W. (2007). Hypnotic depth and response to suggestion under standardized conditions and during fMRI scanning. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 55(1), 32-58.
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OAKLEY, D. A. (2006). Hypnosis as a tool in research: Experimental psychopathology. Contemporary Hypnosis, 23(1), 3-14.
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OAKLEY, D. A. (2005). Hypnotic Imagery and Pain. Paper presented at the Royal College of Physicians, London in September 2004 and the Anglian Pain Society Spring Scientific Meeting, Colchester in May 2005.
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KALISCH, R., WIECH, K., CRITCHLEY, H.D., SEYMOUR, B., O'DOHERTY, J.P., OAKLEY, D.A., ALLEN, P. and DOLAN, R. (2005) Anxiety reduction through detachment: Subjective, physiological and neural effects. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 17(6), 874-883
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GANDHI, B., OAKLEY, D. A. (2005). Does 'hypnosis' by any other name smell as sweet? The efficacy of 'hypnotic' inductions depends on the label 'hypnosis'. Consciousness and Cognition, 14, 304-315
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HOLMES, E.A., BROWN, R.J., MANSELL, W., FEARON, R.P., HUNTER, E.C.M., FRASQUILHO, F. & OAKLEY, D.A. (2005) Are there two qualitatively distinct forms of dissociation? A review and some clinical implications. Clinical Psychology Review, 25, 1-23
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HEAP, M., BROWN, R. J., OAKLEY, D. A (2004) The Highly Hypnotisable Person: Theoretical, Experimental and Clinical Issues. Brunner-Routledge
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HAGGARD, P., CARTLEDGE, P., DAFYDD, M. & OAKLEY, D.A. (2004) Anomalous control: When free will is not conscious. Consciousness and Cognition, 13(3), 646-654
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DERBYSHIRE, S.W.G, WHALLEY, M.G., STENGER, V.A., OAKLEY, D.A. (2004) Cerebral activation during hypnotically induced pain. NeuroImage, 23(1), 392-401
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BLAKEMORE, S-J, OAKLEY, D.A., FRITH, C.D. (2003) Delusions of alien control in the normal brain. Neuropsychologica, 41, 1058-1067.
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OAKLEY, D.A., WARD, N.S., HALLIGAN, P.W., FRACKOWIAK, R.S.J., (2003) Differential brain activations for malingered and subjectively ‘real’ paralysis. In P.W. Halligan, C. Bass and D.A. Oakley (eds) Malingering and Illness Deception. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 267-284.
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WARD, N.S., OAKLEY, D.A., HALLIGAN, P.W. & FRACKOWIAK, R.S.J. (2003) Differential hemispheric activation for feigned and subjectively ‘real’ paralysis. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 8(4), 295-312.
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WALTERS, V. & OAKLEY, D.A. (2003) Does hypnosis make in vitro, in vivo? Hypnosis as a possible ‘virtual reality’ context in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for an environmental phobia. Clinical Case Studies, 2(4), 295-305.
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WHALLEY, M.G. & OAKLEY, D.A. (2003) Psychogenic pain: A study using multidimensional scaling. Contemporary Hypnosis, 20(1), 16-24.
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OAKLEY, D.A., GRACEY-WHITMAN, L.& HALLIGAN, P.W. (2002) Hypnotic imagery as a treatment for phantom limb pain: Two case reports and a review. Clinical Rehabilitation, 16, 368-377.
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OAKLEY, D.A. & HALLIGAN, P.W., (2002) Hypnotic mirrors and phantom pain; A single case study. Contemporary Hypnosis, 19, 75-84.
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WALTERS, V. & OAKLEY, D.A. (2002) Hypnosis in post-abortion distress: An experimental case study. Contemporary Hypnosis, 19, 85-99.
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WALTERS, V. & OAKLEY, D.A. (2003) Does hypnosis make in vitro, in vivo? Hypnosis as a possible ‘virtual reality’ context in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for an environmental phobia. Clinical Case Studies, 2(4), 295-305.
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BROWN, R., ANTONOVA, E., LANGLEY, A. & OAKLEY, D.A. (2001) The effects of absorption and reduced critical thought on suggestibility in an hypnotic context. Contemporary Hypnosis, 18, 62-72.
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OAKLEY, D.A. Emptying the habit: A case of trichotillomania.(2001) Hypnos, 28. 135-142.
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OAKLEY. D.A. (2001) Hypnosis and suggestion in the treatment of hysteria. In P.W. Halligan, C.Bass, & J.C. Marshall. (eds) Contemporary Approaches to the Study of Hysteria. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 312-329.


GOLDSTEIN, L.H., DREW, C., MELLERS, J., MITCHELL-O'MALLEY, S. & OAKLEY, D.A. (2000) Dissociation, hypnotizability, coping styles, and health locus of control: Characteristics of pseudoseizure patients. Seizure, 9, 314-322
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HALLIGAN, P.W., ATHWAL, B.S., OAKLEY, D.A. & FRACKOWIAK, R.S.J. (2000) The functional anatomy of a hypnotic paralysis: Implications for conversion hysteria. The Lancet, 355, 986-987.
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HALLIGAN, P.W., ATHWAL, B.S., OAKLEY, D.A. & FRACKOWIAK, R.S.J. (2000) Imaging hypnotic paralysis: Authors’ reply. The Lancet, 356, 163.


HALLIGAN, P.W. & OAKLEY, D.A. (2000) Greatest myth of all. New Scientist . 168, No 2265, (18th November 2000), pp. 35- 39.
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OAKLEY, D.A. Hypnosis and conversion hysteria: A unifying model.(1999) Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 4, 243-265.
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OAKLEY, D.A. Hypnosis and consciousness: A structural model. (1999) Contemporary Hypnosis, 16, 215-223
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BROWN, R. & OAKLEY, D.A.(1998) Hypnotic susceptibility and holistic/emotional styles of thnking. Contemporary Hypnosis, 15, 76-83.
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FRASQUILHO, F., OAKLEY, D.A. & ROSS-ANDERSON, D. (1998) Hypnotizability and body image malleability in restrained and non-restrained eaters. Contemporary Hypnosis, 15, 84-93.
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McGUIRK, J., FITZGERALD, D., FRIEDMANN, P., OAKLEY, D.A. & SALMON, P. (1998) The effect of guided imagery on forearm blood flow. Contemporary Hypnosis, 15, 101-108.
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OAKLEY, D.A. Emptying the habit: A case of trichotillomania.(1998) Contemporary Hypnosis, 15, 109-117.
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OAKLEY, D.A. & FRASQUILHO, F. (1998) Hypnotic susceptibility, or F-bias: Its relevance to eating disorders. Contemporary Hypnosis, 15, 40-51.
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SMITH, C., MORTON, J. & OAKLEY, D.A. (1998) An investigation of the state dependency of recall during hypnotic amnesia. Contemporary Hypnosis, 15, 94-100.
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BROWN, R.J. & OAKLEY, D.A. (1997) Hypnosis and Cognitive-Experiential Self-Theory: A new conceptualization for hypnosis? Contemporary Hypnosis, 14, 94-99.
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FRASQUILHO, F. & OAKLEY, D.A. (1997) Hypnotizability, dissociation and three factors of eating behaviour. Contemporary Hypnosis, 14, 105-111
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MOSS, G.J. & OAKLEY, D.A. (1997) Stuttering modification using hypnosis: An experimental single-case study. Contemporary Hypnosis, 14, 126-131.
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OAKLEY, D.A., ALDEN P. & DEGUN MATHER, M. (1996) The use of hypnosis in therapy with adults. The Psychologist, 9, 502-505.


WYBRANIEC, A. & OAKLEY, D.A. (1996) Dietary restraint, hypnotizability and body image. Contemporary Hypnosis, 13, 15-156
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OAKLEY, D.A., ALDEN P. & DEGUN MATHER, M. The use of hypnosis in therapy with adults. Australian Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 25. 108-117


OAKLEY, D.A., NORELL, S.K. & CRIPPS, B.D. (1995) Exercise, mood and hypnotic susceptibility in a sports context. Contemporary Hypnosis, 12, 67-72