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sug·gest·i·ble

 (səg-jĕs′tə-bəl, sə-jĕs′-)
adj.
Readily influenced by suggestion: suggestible young minds.

sug·gest′i·bil′i·ty (-bĭl′ĭ-tē) n.

suggestibility

(səˌdʒɛstɪˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
(Psychology) psychol a state, esp under hypnosis, in which a person will accept the suggestions of another person and act accordingly
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.suggestibility - susceptibility or responsiveness to suggestion
susceptibility, susceptibleness - the state of being susceptible; easily affected
Translations

suggestibility

[səˌdʒestɪˈbɪlɪtɪ] Nsugestionabilidad f

suggestibility

nBeeinflussbarkeit f

suggestibility

n sugestionabilidad f
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During the next 45 minutes Arms Rising and Falling (Permissive), Handclasp (Authoritative) suggestibility tests and a 20 minutes progressive relaxation induction were done.
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(29) People with IDD have been demonstrated to be prone to suggestibility, confabulation, acquiescence and compliance, leaving them vulnerable to making false confessions.
I strongly suspect nothing is wrong with your car something else is at play here and could be as benign as suggestibility on the observer's part or as malignant as the need for a software patch for a glitchy operating system.A 1930 Ford Model A on display during the 2018 Concours D'Elegance.
Replication and extension of the dual pathway model of disordered eating: The role of fear of negative evaluation, suggestibility, rumination, and self-compassion.
Sensed presence and mystical experiences are predicted by suggestibility, not by the application of transcranial weak complex magnetic fields.
Adolescents who engage in risky or unhealthy online activity like this are likely to have pre-existing difficulties and may be vulnerable to suggestibility and victimization," she said.
Afterwards, observing the suggestibility, that it was precipitated with stress, having nil investigation findings, ameliorating with sensory tricks, the patient was referred to psychiatry, where after a detailed clarification of history, he was diagnosed with 'Severe Depression without psychotic symptoms'.
When the patient is in hypnotic state, suggestions should be given a particular way, called suggestibility. So, suggestibility can be defined as the manner in which an individual receives and interprets message units.
Gregory DeClue, author of the 2005 book "Interrogations and Disputed Confessions: A Manual for Forensic Psychological Practice," testified Wednesday that he reviewed results of the Gudjonsson Suggestibility Scale test administered to Amor in 1997.