If you are still not affected favorably, you might consider one of the psychological means of inducing hypnosis. The next chapter will discuss this topic. I would recommend Pavlov's book called Conditioned Reflexes. Pavlov's book will further explain and clarify the concept of the conditioned response mechanism.
Through it we can explore the electrochemical nature of brain processes." Rick was with him so far. He concentrated hard, not wanting to miss a word. "There's no point in reviewing the entire history of brain physiology. You all know of Pavlov's work on conditioned reflexes.
Through repetition, just thinking about the stimulus can bring on the response. This is known as ideomotor action and is present in the waking as well as the hypnotic state. Pavlov's famous experiments which induced dogs to salivate when a bell was rung after previously having had food fed to them at the same time are examples of this type of conditioning.