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Braid’s central discovery—that concentration can guide the brain toward a more suggestible state—was and remains controversial.
She had mental health issues, substance abuse problems, and cognitive limitations that lead people to be overly compliant and suggestible.Texas Is About to Execute a Woman for Her Daughter's Death. But She May Well Be Innocent|Saul Kassin|April 20, 2022|Time
He also knows that he must be imagining this, a mere trick of the mind, an influence from the gravitas of the setting and his current suggestible state.
I decided that either I got the vaccine, or I got the placebo and am a highly suggestible human.Vaccines are the latest battleground for doctors on social media|Abby Ohlheiser|December 28, 2020|MIT Technology Review
OK more provocative than accurate but if you were highly suggestible I'm sure I could sit you down, say relax, and convince you.Danny Boyle, Director of 'Trance,' On His Favorite Psychological Thrillers|Danny Boyle|April 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It is always suggestible people who are likely to have premonitions.Psychotherapy|James J. Walsh
People who are very suggestible can be led into states of mind which preclude criticism or reflection.Folkways|William Graham Sumner
A child who is "suggestible" to a high degree shows it in what we call "motility."The Story of the Mind|James Mark Baldwin
You were so dogmatic and argumentative that Dr. Hoyt is a suggestible schoolboy in comparison.No Charge for Alterations|Horace Leonard Gold
How deeply suggestible the mass of people can be is only appreciated when one sees the result of public health lectures and books.The Nervous Housewife|Abraham Myerson