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eeHealthbook news "Robbery by hypnosis" Italians are facing with new type psycho criminology

The media in countries around the world has sporadically reported shocking news of robberies committed using hypnosis on bank cashiers, salespeople, or passers-by. The first reported episode in Italy dates to the 1950s. Although the phenomenon has been reported in the papers more frequently in recent years, no objective analysis of it has been published in the scientific literature. This paper by Clerici CA, Veneroni LDe'micheli A Betsos Iim analyzes 106 episodes recorded in Italy between 1988 and 2007, identified by a systematic review of the online and printed archives of Italian national and local dailies and of the database of the country's principal press agency. When they are analyzed from a psychological and criminological standpoint, there is no evidence to support any real use of hypnotic methods in the episodes described.



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