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« Lâcher prise » et fluidité de la conscience. Mise au point d’un questionnaire d’évaluation, d’inspiration phénoménologique.

Abstract : This work starts from the phenomenological observation of the complex and versatile character of conscious experience, at every moment. This flexibility (or versatility) of conscious experience has led psychologists and philosophers to think of it as a flow and not as a state. In this work, a 17-item Conscientious Fluid Assessment Questionnaire (EQFC) was created using experiential phenomenological interviews. It was then evaluated a) in a population of healthy subjects, b) in doctoral students following an internship of explicit conscious experience (introspective method) and c) in some patients at the end of hypnotherapy. The internal validation (symmetry, flattening, Cronbach's alpha coefficient) is very satisfactory. It was possible to highlight 4 dimensions in this test: self and environmental availability, "letting go" itself, relative passivity to the world, and acceptance of change. Moreover, it has been compared to the Five Facets Mindfulness Questionnaire (FFMQ) with which it is partially correlated. The results show that the flexibility of consciousness is not equal in all subjects and that hypnotherapy and introspective methods increase the fluidity of consciousness, as measured by the EQFC test.
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Jean Vion-Dury, Gaëlle Mougin, Chu-Yin Chen, Sophie Turcq, M Begnis, et al.. « Lâcher prise » et fluidité de la conscience. Mise au point d’un questionnaire d’évaluation, d’inspiration phénoménologique.. Annales Médico-Psychologiques, Revue Psychiatrique, Elsevier Masson, 2021, 179, pp.44-53. ⟨hal-02304014v3⟩

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