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B., D. (1928). Hypnosis: By Professor Paul Schilder, M.D., Ph.D., and Dr. Otto Kauders. (Nervous and Mental Disease Publishing Company, New York and Washington, 1927. Pp. 118. Price $2.50.). Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 9:265-266.

(1928). International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 9:265-266

Hypnosis: By Professor Paul Schilder, M.D., Ph.D., and Dr. Otto Kauders. (Nervous and Mental Disease Publishing Company, New York and Washington, 1927. Pp. 118. Price $2.50.)

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D. B.

This book on Hypnosis is, I believe, the first of its kind in which an attempt is made to explain the phenomenology of hypnosis from the psycho-analytical point of view. And, furthermore, the authors seem to consider that the psycho-analytical explanation is the best. That the authors have a fairly sound knowledge of the principles of psycho-analysis is evident from their application of these principles for the explanation of the phenomena of hypnosis, but at times, however, one finds misconceptions of certain psycho-analytical theories, at others some confusion of terms, as, for instance, between ego-ideal and ideal ego. However, notwithstanding these defects the authors have produced a book on hypnosis which is far in advance of those numerous works which have preceded it.

From the point of view of treatment the authors say (p. 105): 'We consider this method (psycho-analysis) to be a royal remedy in the treatment of serious neurotic troubles, regardless of whether they result in organic symptoms or not.

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