What Is the Definition of Hypnotizability?

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Hypnotizability is the suggestibility following a hypnotic induction or the change in suggestibility brought about by the induction of hypnosis (state of consciousness in which a person apparently loses the power of voluntary action and is highly responsive to suggestion or direction) of an individual.
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hyp·no·tize
[hip-nuh-tahyz]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [HYP·NO·TIZED, HYP·NO·TIZ·ING.]
1.
to put in the hypnotic state.
2.
to influence, control, or direct completely, as by personal charm, words, or domination: The speaker hypnotized the audience with his powerful personality.
3.
to frighten or startle so that movement is impossible: The headlights hypnotized the deer and it just stood staring at the oncoming car.
VERB (USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [HYP·NO·TIZED, HYP·NO·TIZ·ING.]
4.
to practice hypnosis; put or be able to put others into a hypnotic state.
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