Mise au point d'un questionnaire d'évaluation de la flexibilité des flux de conscience : étude pilote sur les effets de l'hypnose à visée analgésique

Abstract : Introduction: In this work, we assume that the possibility of " let go " (a term without a real psychological definition comes from the fluidity of consciousness and the subject's ability to modify its presentations (modalizations). As there is no questionnaire evaluating the notion of "letting go", we contributed to the creation and evaluation of a questionnaire called the qualitative evaluation of the fluidity of the modalizations of consciousness (EQFMC). The EQFMC allows the self-assessment of a subject's ability to quickly change the way he or she is conscious (corresponding to "let go"). Objective: Validate through a pilot survey the EQFMC and evaluate the changes in the score of this questionnaire following hypnosis sessions. Methodology: Three questionnaires have been created, two are being evaluated: - EQFMC "Trait" on a population of healthy subjects outside of hypnosis session. - EQFMC "State" on a population of patients with chronic pain, before and after a session of analgesic hypnosis. Results: Healthy subjects practicing hypnosis, meditation or mindfulness have higher scores on the "Trait" EQFMC, suggesting that the fluidity of consciousness flows is improved by hypnosis. After the hypnosis sessions, there was a very significant increase in the EQFMC score. On the other hand, there is no correlation between the number of sessions and the value of the score. There is a strong positive correlation between the EQFMC and FFMQ (mindfulness questionnaire) questionnaires, which is an argument for the external validation of the EQFMC. Conclusion: The EQFMC seems to assess well the fluidity of consciousness flows and the ability of consciousness to metamorphose in the presentation. The EQFMC could be used to evaluate the action of psychotropic drugs or neurological or psychiatric pathologies.
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Sophie Turcq. Mise au point d'un questionnaire d'évaluation de la flexibilité des flux de conscience : étude pilote sur les effets de l'hypnose à visée analgésique. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2018. ⟨dumas-02095614⟩

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