- Relaxation is a necessary condition for achieving hypnosis.
- People do not realize where they are during hypnosis.
- People do not remember what happened while they were hypnotized.
- Pendulum is necessary to achieve the hypnotic state.
- People who react to many hypnotic suggestions are gullible.
- Hypnosis can lead people to commit immoral acts against their will.
- People cannot lie under hypnosis.
- People can remain forever in a state of hypnosis.
- People can be hypnotized while doing strenuous exercise.
- Under hypnosis people realize where they are and can remember conversations in details heard under hypnosis.
- People do not remember if they expect not to remember.
- Modern hypnotists do not use pendulum.
- People who respond to many of hypnotic suggestions are not more naive than those responding to a few suggestions.
- There is no evidence that under hypnosis people can be forced to act immorally against their will.
- Studies show that many people can lie while under hypnosis.
- People can exit from the state of hypnosis even if the hypnotist is gone.