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Reviews the book, by Francis X. Dercum (1917). The text of this book was written for the system of Physiologic Therapeutics edited by Dr. S. Solis Cohen. It appears now in its second edition revised and largely rewritten. The arrangement is systematic but follows a classification which is hardly...
The following report brings to its close a series of letters and papers printed in this Journal since 1913, and dealing with the problem of validity in dream interpretations. The conclusion presented is that great accuracy in dream-study can be attained through the so-called Inventorial...
That hemianalgesia and segmental analgesia might be suggested to patients of hysterical type of mind seems very probable if not absolutely proven. But when the statement was made by Babinski that hemianalgesia in hysterical individuals is invariably produced by suggestion, unconsciously and...
Among the commonest of all neurotic symptoms is insomnia. In fact it occurs so frequently that it is often regarded as a normal variation of habit rather than an evidence of disease. We can recognize at least two types of this disorder--an organic and a functional. The latter is the one to which...
Like every science introspective psychology has its postulates. Being psychology and not physiology primarily its logically necessary point of departure is consciousness and not behavior or any form of "ism." Being introspective it is individual and not animal or child or social or anything but...
This article attempts to indicate that personality studies should recognize character as an integral field of inquiry; since an evaluation of personality based on investigations of intelligence only or of intelligence plus such consideration of characterial traits as is incidental thereto is...
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