Review of Reviews,  6 (1892), 570.

Hallucinations and Mental Suggestions




Publications abstracted:

Frédéric Paulhan Revue des Deux Mondes


Psychical Research, Magnetism

Publications cited:

Maudsley 1886

    States that there is 'an undefined mental faculty which can receive sensations from events occurring at a distance (when they concern persons in whom the subject is deeply interested, or in magnetic rapport), as the senses receive impressions from objects within their reach'.

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