Martin Theodore Orne
Orne, M. T. The potential uses of hypnosis in interrogation. In A. D. Biderman & H. Zimmer (Eds.), The manipulation of human behavior. New York: Wiley, 1961. Pp.169-215.
Orne, M. T. Hypnotically induced hallucinations. In L. J. West (Ed.), Hallucinations. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1962. Pp.211-219.
Orne, M. T. Problems and research areas. In Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry, (Ed.), Medical uses of hypnosis. New York: Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry, Inc., 1962. Pp.676-689.
Orne, M. T. Antisocial behavior and hypnosis: Problems of control and validation in empirical studies. In G. H. Estabrooks (Ed.), Hypnosis: Current problems. New York: Harper & Row, 1962. Pp.137-192.
Orne, M. T. Implications for psychotherapy derived from current research on the nature of hypnosis. American JournaI of Psychiatry, 1962, 118, 1097-1103. Also in J. Masserman (Ed.), Current psychiatric therapies. Vol. II. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1962. Pp.75-85.
Orne, M. T. Psychological factors maximizing resistance to stress: With special reference to hypnosis. In S.Z. Klausner (Ed.), The quest for self-control. New York: Macmillan, 1965. Pp.286-328.
Orne, M. T. Demand characteristics and the set to cooperate. In Proceedings of the XVIII International Congress on Psychology: Symposium 14, Experimental analysis of set. Moscow: Science Publishing House, 1966. Pp.153-162.
Orne, M. T. Demand characteristics and the concept of quasi-controls. In R. Rosenthal & R. Rosnow (Eds.), Artifact in behavioral research. New York: Academic Press, 1969. Pp.143-179.
Orne, M. T. On the nature of the posthypnotic suggestion. In L. Chertok (Ed.), Psychophysiological mechanisms of hypnosis. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1969. Pp.173-192.
Orne, M. T. Hypnosis, motivation and the ecological validity of the psychological experiment. In W. J. Arnold & M. M. Page (Eds.), Nebraska symposium on motivation. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1970. Pp.187-265.
Orne, M. T. Hypnosis, state or role. In D. Langen (Ed.), Hypnose und psychosomatische medizin. Stuttgart: Hippokrates Verlag, 1972. Pp.19-31.
Orne, M. T. Communication by the total experimental situation: Why it is important, how it is evaluated, and its significance for the ecological validity of findings. In P. Pliner, L. Krames, & T. Alloway (Eds.), Communication and affect. New York: Academic Press, 1973. Pp.157-191.
Orne, M. T. Pain suppression by hypnosis and related phenomena. In J. J. Bonica (Ed.), Advances in neurology. Vol. 4. Pain. New York: Raven Press, 1974. Pp.563-572.
Orne, M. T. Hypnosis. In G. Lindzey, C. Hall, & R. Thompson (Eds.), Psychology. New York: Worth Publishers, 1975. Pp.150-154.
Orne, M. T. Psychotherapy in contemporary America: Its development and context. In S. Arieti (Ed.- in -Chief), American handbook of psychiatry. Vol. 5. D. X. Freedman & J. E. Dyrud (Eds.), Treatment. New York: Basic Books, 1975. Pp.3-33.
Orne, M. T. Mechanisms of hypnotic pain control. In J. J. Bonica & D. Albe-Fessard (Eds.), Advances in pain research and therapy. New York: Raven Press, 1976. Pp.717-726.
Orne, M. T. Hypnosis in the treatment of smoking. In J. Steinfeld, W. Griffiths, K. P. Ball, & R. M. Taylor (Eds.), Smoking and health. II. Health consequences. education. cessation activities and social action: Proceedings 3rd World Conference on Smoking and Health. (DHEW Publication No. NIH 77-1413). Washington, D.C.: U. S. Dept. Health, Education, and Welfare, 1977. Pp.489-507.
Orne, M. T. The search for specific treatments in psychiatry. In J. P. Brady, J. Mendels, M. T. Orne, & W. Rieger (Eds.), Psychiatry: Areas of promise and advancemen: A bicentennial volume of the University of Pennsylvania. New York: Spectrum, 1977. Pp.237-247.
Orne, M. T. Should psychiatrists be medically trained? Let's consider the alternatives in light of what the psychiatrist does. In J. P. Brady & H. K. H. Brodie (Eds.), Controversy in psychiatry. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders. 1978. Pp.43-81.
Orne, M. T. Cognitive factors in the control of pain. In L. L. Grossman (Ed.), Mechanism and control of pain: Transactions of the Sixth Annual Conference on Endodontics. New York: Masson Publishing, USA, Inc./Raven Press, 1979. Pp.213-228.
Orne, M. T. Hypnotic control of pain: Toward a clarification of the different psychological processes involved. In J. J. Bonica (Ed.), Pain. New York: Raven Press, 1980. Pp.155-172.
Orne, M. T. On the construct of hypnosis: How its definition affects research and its clinical application. In G. Burrows & L. Dennerstein (Eds.), Handbook of hypnosis and psychosomatic medicine. Amsterdam: Elsevier/North Holland, 1980. Pp.29-51.
Orne, M. T. Hypnosis. In The Academic American Encyclopedia. Vol. 10. Princeton, N. J.: Arete Publishing Co., 1980. Pp.350-351.
Orne, M. T. Assessment of biofeedback therapy: Specific versus nonspecific effects. In American Psychiatric Association, Task Force Report #19: Biofeedback. Washington, D. C.: APA, 1980. Pp.12-32.
Orne, M. T. Perspectives in biofeedback: Ten years ago, today, and . In L. White & B. Tursky (Eds.),Clinical biofeedback: Efficacy and mechanisms. New York: Guilford Press, 1982. Pp.422-437.
Orne, M. T. Hypnotic methods for managing pain. In J. J. Bonica, et al. (Eds.), Advances in pain research and therapy. Vol.5. New York: Raven Press, 1983. Pp.847-856.
Orne, M. T. Psychotherapy: Toward an appropriate basis for reimbursal. In Z. Taintor, P. Widem, & S. Barrett (Eds.), Cost considerations in mental health treatment: Settings, modalities, and providers. DHHS #ADM84-1295, Washington, D. C.: NIMH, 1984. Pp.55-60.