The Journal of the American Institute of Hypnosis, Volumes 6 and 7

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$90.00

The Journal of the American Institute of Hypnosis, Volumes 6 and 7- 1965 -1966 Complete (8 Issues).  Editor in Chief, William J. Bryan Jr. MD FAIH. The American Institute of Hypnosis, Los Angeles, California, 1965.

Dark blue hard binders with gilt stamped titles front and spine. Includes pack of elastics for inserting individual issue in binder. Each issue is between 45-50 pages and includes many illustrations, diagrams and ads.  Binders are tight and un-used; issues unread.  Issue 4, 1965 has a few very light toning marks tail edge cover. Volume 6 topics include: Comparative Analysis of a Killer, William Joseph Bryan; Hypnosis in the Courtroom; Fear of Lightning, Thunder and Cloudy Days, A.L. Henricksen; Spinal Puncture by Hypnanesthesia, Earl Loder, M.D.; Hypnosis and Art. Volume 7 topics include: Selective Hynogenetic  Anaphrodesia, M.K. Muftic. M.D.;  Dental  and Medical Hypnosis and Hemophilia (2 articles);  Hypnosis As An Aid To Passing The Bar; The Bryan Electric Automated Robot Hypnotist; Sex Strangling and Sadism; Hypno-Pregnancy; Cryptogenic Epilepsy; Hypnosis in Tuberculosis.   002169   $90

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