The Psychology of Suggestion: A Research into Subconscious Nature of Man and Society. With an Introduction by Professor William James, of Harvard Universitiy

Boris Sidis.

Published by NY: D. Appleton and Company, 1898
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first edition, published 1898, x, 386, [4] (ads) pp., octavo, hardcover, spine slightly rubbed, eformer owner's bookplate to front paste down and signature to title, else very good. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: The Psychology of Suggestion: A Research ...
Publisher: NY: D. Appleton and Company
Publication Date: 1898
Book Condition: Very Good

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Published by NY: D. Appleton and Company (1898)
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Book Description NY: D. Appleton and Company, 1898. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Very Good. First Edition. Spine rebacked in modern red cloth. 3/4 binding over marbled boards. x, 386 pages illustrations, plates. Hardcover. Good binding and cover. Clean, unmarked pages. "First edition of Sidis's first book. Sidis arrived in America from Russia in 1887 "a friendless and almost penniless immigrant," (H. Addington Bruce, "Boris Sidis - an Appreciation," The Journal of Abnormal Psychology and Social Psychology, Apr. 1923) he was accepted at Harvard graduating in 1894, and attracting the interest of William James. James encouraged him to specialize in psychology and in 1897 he received his PhD. He subsequently did important work at New York State Psychopathic Institute, developing his method of hypnoidization, "and effecting impressive cures in cases of functional nervous and mental disorder." In 1904 he set up in private practice in psychotherapy at Brookline, Massachusetts, whilst continuing his experimental work, being "one of the first to undertake really scientific exploration of the subconscious region of the mind," and in 1909 he established a sanatorium for the treatment of nervous afflictions in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Bruce considers him to have been a "notable figure," and one who would be increasingly recognized for his contribution to the "larger knowledge now possessed regarding the nature and possibilities of the human personality." This is indirectly true, in that Sidis is probably best remembered now as the father of the prodigious William James Sidis." - Peter Harrington. Subjects: Mental suggestion. Suggestion. Unconscious (Psychology). Bookseller Inventory # 1501090064

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