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  1. There will be a relationship between the presence of tremors/convulsions and trance states, particularly possessionWinkelman, Michael James - Trance states: a theoretical model and cross-cultural analysis, 1986 - 2 Variables

    This article offers a detailed analysis of neuropsychopsiological processes involved in altered states of consciousness (ASC) in order to design and evaluate a psychophysiological model of trance states. Cross-cultural hypotheses concerning ASC are tested.

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  2. There will be a relationship between illness and trance states, particularly possessionWinkelman, Michael James - Trance states: a theoretical model and cross-cultural analysis, 1986 - 2 Variables

    This article offers a detailed analysis of neuropsychopsiological processes involved in altered states of consciousness (ASC) in order to design and evaluate a psychophysiological model of trance states. Cross-cultural hypotheses concerning ASC are tested.

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  3. There will be a relationship between amnesia and trance state, particularly possessionWinkelman, Michael James - Trance states: a theoretical model and cross-cultural analysis, 1986 - 2 Variables

    This article offers a detailed analysis of neuropsychopsiological processes involved in altered states of consciousness (ASC) in order to design and evaluate a psychophysiological model of trance states. Cross-cultural hypotheses concerning ASC are tested.

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  4. There will be a relationship between spontaneous onset of conditions and trance states, particularly possessionWinkelman, Michael James - Trance states: a theoretical model and cross-cultural analysis, 1986 - 2 Variables

    This article offers a detailed analysis of neuropsychopsiological processes involved in altered states of consciousness (ASC) in order to design and evaluate a psychophysiological model of trance states. Cross-cultural hypotheses concerning ASC are tested.

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  5. There will be a relationship between compulsive motor behavior and trance states, particularly possessionWinkelman, Michael James - Trance states: a theoretical model and cross-cultural analysis, 1986 - 2 Variables

    This article offers a detailed analysis of neuropsychopsiological processes involved in altered states of consciousness (ASC) in order to design and evaluate a psychophysiological model of trance states. Cross-cultural hypotheses concerning ASC are tested.

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  6. "both psychological variables related to temporal lobe dysinhibition and social variables related to political integration have a strong predictive value in explaining the incidence of possession trance states (198)"Winkelman, Michael James - Trance states: a theoretical model and cross-cultural analysis, 1986 - 4 Variables

    This article offers a detailed analysis of neuropsychopsiological processes involved in altered states of consciousness (ASC) in order to design and evaluate a psychophysiological model of trance states. Cross-cultural hypotheses concerning ASC are tested.

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  7. The variables related to temporal lobe discharges are predictors of trance typeWinkelman, Michael James - Trance states: a theoretical model and cross-cultural analysis, 1986 - 6 Variables

    This article offers a detailed analysis of neuropsychopsiological processes involved in altered states of consciousness (ASC) in order to design and evaluate a psychophysiological model of trance states. Cross-cultural hypotheses concerning ASC are tested.

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  8. Temporal lobe conditions will be associated with selection for some trance trainingWinkelman, Michael James - Trance states: a theoretical model and cross-cultural analysis, 1986 - 3 Variables

    This article offers a detailed analysis of neuropsychopsiological processes involved in altered states of consciousness (ASC) in order to design and evaluate a psychophysiological model of trance states. Cross-cultural hypotheses concerning ASC are tested.

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  9. The prevalence of possession trance is correlated with measures of social complexity, rigidity, and separation in gender participation.Rácz, Péter - Possession trance covaries with measures of social rigidity in the Ethnograp..., 2023 - 5 Variables

    Anthropologists have claimed that possession trance– an altered state of consciousness from spirit possession– is a psychosocial phenomenon. In particular, they argue that it is related to levels of social complexity, rigidity, and separation in gender participation. The author tests this claim through Bayesian hierarchical generalized linear models and phylogenetic comparative methods, but finds that possession trance is only correlated with social complexity and rigidity, not separation in gender participation.

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  10. Societies with slavery and/or stratification will be more likely to have possession trance (50).Greenbaum, Lenora - Societal correlates of possession trance in sub-saharan africa, 1973 - 3 Variables

    This study examines correlates of possession trance among cultures in sub-Saharan Africa. Several variables were tested (including community organization, marriage form, family form, and settlement pattern) but only a few were related to possession trance. Results indicate that the presence of slavery, stratification, and role and structure differentiation are significantly associated with possession trance.

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