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Does My Personality Allow Me to Be Hypnotized?

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Carl and Leslie have both been to the same hypnotherapist for anxiety. Carl is never actually​ hypnotized while Leslie is under very quickly. Both have asked the therapist why this occurs, and the therapist tells them that the degree to which a person can be hypnotized is referred to as susceptibility. She also tells them that a person's susceptibility can correlate with the personality traits they possess.

Therefore, a person with high susceptibility to hypnosis would be likely to score high on which of the following areas of the big five personality traits?

A

extraversion

B

conscientiousness

C

openness

D

agreeableness

E

emotional stability