Cover: Are the Cominform Countries Using Hypnotic Techniques to Elicit Confessions in Public Trials?

Are the Cominform Countries Using Hypnotic Techniques to Elicit Confessions in Public Trials?

Published 1949

by Irving Lester Janis

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A 1949 examination of Russian techniques of psychological warfare. Discussed in the study is the speculation that the Russians are using forms of hypnosis to elicit confessions from persons who might not otherwise comply with demands for a public recantation.

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