Publisher Information: Paris: O. Doin, 1891. Paris: Octave Doin, 1891. 8vo, (4), ii, 518pp. Modern stiff wrappers, original printed wrappers bound in, spine cracking. Light browning.
First edition. Norman 214: 'In this companion volume to De la Suggestion et de ses Applications, Bernehim attempted to set forth a psychological theory of suggestion and hypnotism. He noted that suggestion was effective even in the waking state, so that treatment by suggestion need not involve hypnotism.' Garrison-Morton 4999: 'Like Liebeault, Bernheim studied the scientific application of hypnotism and substituted verbal for sensory stimuli; he interpreted hypnotism and its consequent phenomena as being the result of suggestion.' Crabtree 1284. Waller 980. Book Id: 39482