Primary Suggestibility, Life Experiences, and Aptitude Measures


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Abstract

Three primary suggestibility tests correlated .61 (mean value; N = 335) among themselves but failed to correlate with nine aptitude measures (N = 214). Low but significant correlations obtained with selected life experiences. Suggestible Ss less often heard themselves spoken to while absorbed in some activity and were less often aware of incurring injuries under the same circumstances.

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