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(1956). The Nature of Hypnosis: By Paul Schilder, M.D. Translated by Gerda Corvin. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1956. 204 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 25:441.

(1956). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 25:441

The Nature of Hypnosis: By Paul Schilder, M.D. Translated by Gerda Corvin. New York: International Universities Press, Inc., 1956. 204 pp.

Paul Schilder's monograph, ber das Wesen der Hypnose (1921), is first translated into English as Part One of this volume. The second part, by Paul Schilder and Otto Kanders, Lehrbuch der Hypnose (1926), was translated and published under the title, Hypnosis, by the Nervous and Mental Disease Publishing Company in 1927. Since 1940 this monograph has been out of print. Both monographs have been translated from the originals for this edition. No attempt has been made to bring the subject up to date.

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