by Erickson, Milton H.
VOLUME II: Hypnotic Alteration of Sensory, Perceptual and Psychophysiological Processes: Describes actual mind/body mechanisms involved in the induction of an hypnotic state. 'Erickson, a pioneer in the uses of trance for psychotherapeutic purposes. has written in a style that is as original and personal as his technique. These four volumes are fascinating to read..." Psychology Today. 'Erickson succeeded in becoming the foremost exponent of hypnosis in the Western World...He was an indefatigable worker, a stimulating teacher and a gifted writer. His style is lucid, instructive, exciting and entertaining. In this Collection, the editor has done a splendid job collating and organising Erickson's papers as well as introducing some previously unpublished material.' American Journal of Psychiatry.
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