Definition of Hypnoidal

1. Adjective. hypnoid ¹



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Definition of Hypnoidal

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Hypnoidal

1. Resembling hypnosis; denoting the subwaking state, a mental condition intermediate between sleeping and waking. See: hypnagogic. Origin: hypno-+ G. Eidos, resemblance (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hypnoidal

hypno-
hypnoanalysis
hypnoanalytic
hypnobirthing
hypnocatharsis
hypnocinematograph
hypnocyst
hypnocysts
hypnodontics
hypnogenesis
hypnogenic
hypnogenic spot
hypnogogic
hypnoid
hypnoid state
hypnoidal (current term)
hypnologies
hypnologist
hypnologists
hypnology
hypnone
hypnones
hypnopaedia
hypnopaedic
hypnopedia
hypnophobia
hypnopompic
hypnopompic hallucination
hypnopompic image
hypnopædia

Literary usage of Hypnoidal

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1. Symptomatology, Psychognosis, and Diagnosis of Psychopathic Diseases by Boris Sidis (1914)
"CHAPTER II THE hypnoidal TWILIGHT STATE BY the method of ... The hypnoidal state is essentially a borderland state. The subject is apparently awake and ..."

2. Psychopathological Researches: Studies in Mental Dissociation by Boris Sidis (1908)
"At this time, however, they were perfectly recalled. No new causative factor other than the hypnoidal states had been introduced. ..."

3. The Causation and Treatment of Psychopathic Diseases by Boris Sidis (1916)
"Attention is good, but her mental state is one of indecision and fear. At first the hypnoidal state was brief in duration, the patient being restless, ..."

4. An Experimental Study of Sleep: (from the Physiological Laboratory of the by Boris Sidis (1908)
"The same patient may at various times reach different levels, so that not all the hypnoidal states are of the same depth; and in that respect they are very ..."

5. The Psychology of Suggestion: A Research Into the Subconscious Nature of Man by Boris Sidis (1898)
"The hypnoidal states are bits, mere fragments of past experiences. In hypnoidal states past, outlived experiences heave up into the upper consciousness from ..."

6. Immortality: An Essay in Discovery, Co-ordinating Scientific, Psychical, and by Burnett Hillman Streeter (1917)
"Firstly, that the general tenor of the content of the mind in any self-induced hypnoidal state is determined by the real, though not always conscious, ..."

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