3 edition of Hypnotism, hysteria and epilepsy found in the catalog.
Hypnotism, hysteria and epilepsy
E. M. Thornton
|Statement||[by] E. M. Thornton.|
|LC Classifications||RC497 .T56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 205 p. :|
|Number of Pages||205|
|LC Control Number||77675897|
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Criminal hypnotism at the Belle Époque: , and his ideas were summarized in Richer's book on "hystero-epilepsy" in , where hysteria and epilepsy were both considered as organic neuroses . Full text of "Epilepsy, hysteria, and neurasthenia, their causes, symptoms & treatment;" See other formats.
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Hypnotism, Hysteria, and Epilepsy: An Historical Synthesis focuses on processes, advancements, and applications of hypnotism and studies on hysteria and epilepsy. The publication first underscores the. Hypnotism, Hysteria, and Epilepsy: An Historical Synthesis focuses on processes, advancements, and applications of hypnotism and studies on hysteria and epilepsy.
The publication Book Edition: 1. Hypnotism, Hysteria and Epilepsy: An Historical Synthesis [Thornton, E. M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Hypnotism, Hysteria and Epilepsy: An Historical SynthesisCited by: The text takes a look at the developments in hypnotism, epilepsy, and hysteria in Germany, including the influence of magnetism on the intellectual life of the country, the Odylic Force, and the use of.
Hypnotism, Hysteria, and Epilepsy: An Historical Synthesis focuses on processes, advancements, and applications of hypnotism and studies on hysteria and epilepsy. The publication first underscores the. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thornton, Esther M.
Hypnotism, hysteria and epilepsy. London: Heinemann Hysteria and epilepsy book, In the wake of a mysterious, seemingly contagious Tourette-like illness in upstate New York, this slideshow reviews Hypnotism history, potential causes, and management of cases of so-called.
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On Certain Conditions of Nervous Derangement, Somnambulism--hypnotism--hysteria--hysteriod Affections, Etc William Alexander Hammond G.P. Putnam's Sons, - Hypnotism - pages. Where others saw feigning, malingering, or attention getting, Charcot insisted he discovered a true disease, hysteria.
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The origins of animal magnetism directly from the source. An invaluable primary reference book. THORNTON,E.M.:. Hydrotherapy and phototherapy, too, were traditional, asylum-based treatments for hysteria and other mental maladies that Freud, like all practitioners of his generation, was well aware .