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CLASSICAL CONDITIONING.
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CLASSICAL CONDITIONING.

By Prokasy, William F. (Frederick), Ed 1908-65.

New York: Appleton Century Crofts, (1965). First (NAP) edition. Black cloth, gilt stamping. 8vo. pp. 421, [1]. Index. Near Fine/No jacket, as issued. Ink owner, traces of wear, no marking. Symposium resulting from the 19 meeting at the Nittany Lion Inn on the campus of Penn State..

$25.00

PSYCHOLOGICAL EXPERIENCE OF SURGERY. Wiley Series in General and Clinical Psychology, The.
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PSYCHOLOGICAL EXPERIENCE OF SURGERY. Wiley Series in General and Clinical Psychology, The.

By Blacher, Richard S., M.D., Ed.

: John Wiley & Sons (Wiley-Interscience), (1987). First printing and edition. Navy washable cloth printed silver. 8vo. pp. 236. Bibliography, Indices. Fine/In like jacket/No price in mylar. Robert Levy and 4/8/1991 Boston Globe (Betsy A Lehman) reviews laid in. Multi-contributors: Basch, Bernstein, Blacher, Catelnuovo-Tedesco, Jaffe, Linn, Meyer, Notman, Robinson, Schirger-Krebs, Stevens, Wilson. ISBN: 0471818313..

$20.00

IntelligenzprŸfungen an Menschenaffen, Zweite, Durchgesehene Auflage.
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IntelligenzprŸfungen an Menschenaffen, Zweite, Durchgesehene Auflage.

By Kohler, Wolfgang 1887-1967.

Berlin: Julius Springer, 1921. Illustrated by Chimpanzee frontis and 7 plates, b&w line drawings in text. Stated 2nd revised edition. c.1917 as "Interlligenzprufungen an Anthropoiden I". Half cream cloth over green paper covered boards. Royal 8vo. pp. 194, [2] ads. Near Fine/Ex-Lib. Withdrawn bookplate, small spine label, rear magnetic strip, periodic embossed stamps. Light rear sunning to green board, internally near fine. One of a father of German contributors to Gestalt (whole) psychology. Important precursor work on the Intelligence (Mentality) of Great Apes..

$50.00

NINTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1841. Senate No. 8
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NINTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1841. Senate No. 8

By Foster, A. D., M. L. Fisher, D. P. King, Henry Gardner, Robert Campbell, Trustees.

Boston: Duttton and Wentworth, State Printers, 1842. Illustrated by Tables of detailed statistics [on 1359 consecutively numbered patients admitted from beginning] dated December 1, 1940 - November 30, 1941 inclusive. First edition. Original sewn wraps, uncut, unopened. 8vo (25cm). pp. 102, [2] blank. Very Good. Overall page toning, all sections unopened. (To His Excellency John Davis, [14th & 17th] Governor...). Includes: Report of Treasurer, Alfred Dwight Foster, with List of employee salaries [excluding Woodward and Chandler], provisions, other expenses; Report of the Superintendent, Samuel B. Woodward with 1359-patient roster [399 admissions with 232 patients remaining at the end of the year]; 21 narrated tables, sections on: Labor (produce from the farm $3,291.46, stock on hand: 4 horses, 2 oxen, 8 cow, 44 swine), Shoe-shop sales ($254), Amusements, Diet, Warmth and Ventilation, Medication, Physical and Moral Management, Feigned Insanity and Feigned Symptoms of the Insane, Library and Periodicals, Chapel and Religious Services, Register of the Weather (introduced 1839, 7th Annual Report). of interest is Table 18 "Showing the state of the Moon at the commencement of paroxysm of excitement in 70 cases of Periodical Insanity, amounting in all to 595 paroxysms. Also the relation of the Moon to the 102 deaths which have occurred in the Hospital." This table appeared in the 5th annual report and on. (see Sabin 45988). Woodward, regarded as the pioneer of American psychiatric practice. The works of Esquirol (1838), his student Phillipe Pinel (1801), Isaac Ray (1838) and others on feigned or simulated insanity were prevalent as well as the belief that equinoxes at certain times of the year caused madness. Lunatics were so named for the belief that the phases of the moon, especially the full moon was the cause..

$60.00

SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1838. Senate No. 8
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SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1838. Senate No. 8

By Mann, Horace, Steven Salisbury, Abraham R. Thompson, Myron Lawrence, William Lincoln, Trustees.

Boston: Duttton and Wentworth, State Printers, 1839. Illustrated by Tables of detailed statistics [on 855 consecutively numbered patients admitted from beginning] dated December 1, 1937 - November 30, 1938 inclusive. First edition. Original sewn wraps, uncut. 8vo (25cm). pp. 88. Light foxing to covers, foxing starting internally, 2-hole punched. (To His Excellency Edward Everett, [15th] Governor...). Includes: Report of the Superintendent, Samuel B. Woodward with 855-patient roster and 18 additional tables and 10 numbered case studies. Also in this report was the announcement of a shop of 2-4 inmates which in the 10 months produced a profit of $242.59; Report of Treasurer, Alfred Dwight Foster, with List of employee salaries, groceries, apothecary, other expenses [Woodward's salary was not listed for this year. In 1837 he was paid $1800 and $1200 for 1834 which included fuel, lights, house rent and a chambermaid], (see Sabin 45988). Woodward, regarded as the pioneer of American psychiatric practice, assigned patients consecutive numbers which were listed in each yearly report for comparison in the tables. From this were tallies of admissions, discharges, deaths, types of insanity, cure rates and those who eloped, etc., with a detailed narrative on the 177 admissions, with 218 remaining at the end of the year and ten case studies..

$60.00

THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1845. Senate No. 1
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THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1845. Senate No. 1

By Childs, H. H., Joseph Sargent, S. C. Phillips, Stephen Salisbury, Jesse Murdock, Trustees.

Boston: Duttton and Wentworth, State Printers, 1846. Illustrated by Tables of detailed statistics [on 2306 consecutively numbered patients admitted from beginning] (491 admissions, 263 remaining at the end of the year). First edition. Original sewn wraps, uncut, unopened. 8vo (25cm). pp. 106, [2]. Very Good. Most sections unopened with shallow chips and tears to edges of untrimmed sections, 2-hole punched (or maybe, poked is a better term), old straightened dogears to first several pages. (To His Excellency George N. Briggs, [19th] Governor...). Followed by the Treasurer's Report of Alfred Dwight Foster; "The Thirteenth Report of the Superintendent to the Trustees of the State Lunatic Hospital, Worcester, Mass. From Dec. 1st, 1844, to Nov. 30th, 1845, inclusive" by Samuel B. Woodward with 20 tables discussed in detail. Section discussions: Labor, Mechanical Labor, Shoe Shop, Farm and Garden (with profits from produce), Library, Religious Services, Conclusion (John R. Lee and Rufus Woodward, Asst. physicians), Register of the Weather (introduced 1839, 7th Annual Report)..

$50.00

TENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1842. Senate No. 19
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TENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1842. Senate No. 19

By Fisher, Maturin L., Daniel P. King, Henry Gardner, Robert Campbell, Edwin Conant, Trustees.

Boston: Duttton and Wentworth, State Printers, 1843. Illustrated by Tables of detailed statistics [on 1557 consecutively numbered patients admitted from beginning] dated December 1, 1941 - November 30, 1942 inclusive. First edition. Disbound pamphlet. 8vo (21cm). pp. 115, [1]. Very Good. Foxing starting. (To His Excellency John Davis, [14th & 17th] Governor...). Includes: Report of Treasurer, Alfred Dwight Foster, with List of employee salaries [excluding Woodward and Chandler], provisions, other expenses; Report of the Superintendent, Samuel B. Woodward with 1557-patient roster [430 admissions with 238 patients remaining at the end of the year]; 19 narrated tables, 20 case studies and sections on: Labor (produce sales from the farm), Shoe-shop sales, Amusements, Diet, Library and Periodicals, Chapel and Religious Services, Register of the Weather (introduced 1839, 7th Annual Report) supplementing the table "Showing the state of the Moon at the commencement of paroxysm of excitement...Also the relation of the Moon to the deaths which have occurred in the Hospital." This table appeared in the 5th annual report and on. (see Sabin 45988). Woodward, regarded as the pioneer of American psychiatric practice. The works of Esquirol (1838), his student Phillipe Pinel (1801), Isaac Ray (1838) and others on feigned or simulated insanity were prevalent as well as the belief that equinoxes at certain times of the year caused madness. Lunatics were so named since Aristotle and Pliny for the belief that the phases of the moon, especially the full moon was the cause..

$60.00

SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1849. Senate No. 1
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SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1849. Senate No. 1

By Salisbury, Stephen, S.C. Phillips, Wm. Appleton, Ensign H. Kellogg, Levi Lincoln, Trustees.

Boston: Duttton and Wentworth, State Printers, 1850. Illustrated by Tables of detailed statistics [on 3357 consecutively numbered patients admitted from beginning] (409 admissions, 429 remaining at the end of the year). First edition. Original sewn wraps, uncut, unopened. 8vo (25cm). pp. 80. Very Good. Most sections unopened with shallow chips and tears to edges of untrimmed sections. (To His Excellency George N. Briggs, [19th] Governor...). Followed by the Treasurer's Report of Sam'l Jennison, with new construction funds; "The Seventeenth Report of the Superintendent to the Trustees of the State Lunatic Hospital" by George Chandler with 15 tables discussed in detail. Section discussions: Visitors, Labor (with profits from produce), Register of the Weather (introduced 1839, 7th Annual Report), Managers of the Hospital with dates service began, duties and compensation. Chandler was assistant physician with Woodward from 1833-42, first Superintendent of the New Hampshire Asylum for the Insane (Concord) 1842-45 and returned to Worcester to serve as Superintendent until 1856. Jennison was also Treasurer to the American Antiquarian Society..

$40.00

SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1839. Senate No. 9
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SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1839. Senate No. 9

By Salisbury, Stephen, Abm. R. Thompson, Myron Lawrence, William Lincoln, Daniel P. King, Trustees.

Boston: Duttton and Wentworth, State Printers, 1840. Illustrated by Tables of detailed statistics [on 1034 consecutively numbered patients admitted from beginning] dated December 1, 1938 - November 30, 1939 inclusive. First edition. Original sewn wraps, uncut, unopened. 8vo (25cm). pp. 102, [2] blank. Near Fine. Foxing starting internally, 2-hole punched, all sections unopened. (To His Excellency Edward Everett, [15th] Governor...). Includes: Report of Treasurer, Alfred Dwight Foster, with List of employee salaries [excluding Woodward], provisions, other expenses; Report of the Superintendent, Samuel B. Woodward with 1034-patient roster and 18 additional tables [229 patients remained at the end of the year], new for this year (and of interest meteorologists) is [first appearance of] The Register of the Weather which recorded thermometer, barometer, wind and weather at sunrise, 2pm and sunset with remark for every day (January-December 1839). The report also included income from crops raised on hospital grounds ($1,119.95), and after the success of the previous year's profits of $242.59, the workshop cleared $394.05, and a report that the library was up to 150 titles. (see Sabin 45988). Woodward, regarded as the pioneer of American psychiatric practice, assigned patients consecutive numbers which were listed in each yearly report for comparison in the tables. From this were 18 tables of comparisons (admissions, discharges, deaths, types of insanity, cure rates and those who eloped, etc.), with a detailed narrative, now with weather related factors of the insane, and countless experiences of Woodward with the patients..

$60.00

TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1844. Senate No. 1
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TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1844. Senate No. 1

By Gardner, Henry, Stephen Salisbury, Joseph Sargent, S. C, Phillips, Trustees.

Boston: Duttton and Wentworth, State Printers, 1844. Illustrated by Tables of detailed statistics [on 2013 consecutively numbered patients admitted from beginning] (491 admissions, 263 remaining at the end of the year). First edition. Original sewn wraps, uncut, unopened. 8vo (25cm). pp. 112. Near Fine. Most sections unopened with shallow chips and tears to edges of untrimmed sections, 2-hole punched (or maybe, poked is a better term). (To His Excellency George N. Briggs, [19th] Governor...). Followed by the Treasurer's Report of Alfred Dwight Foster; "The Twelfth Report of the Superintendent to the Trustees of the State Lunatic Hospital, Worcester, Mass. From Dec. 1st, 1843, to Nov. 30th, 1844, inclusive" by Samuel B. Woodward with 20 tables discussed in detail. Section discussions: Bleeding, Cupping and Leeching, Cathartics, Emetics, Narcotics, Morphine, Datura Stramonium, Conium Maculatum, Camphor, Hyosycamus, Nux Vomica, Belladonna, Veratrine, (Ammonia, Ether, Lytta, Aromatics, &c.), Counter Irritations, Tonics, Baths, Insanity Complicated with Diseases Which Tend to Impede Recovery: Palsy, Asthma, Epilepsy, Diseases of the Digestive Organs, Circumstances Favoring Recovery from Insanity, Classification, Diet, Warmth and Ventilation, Occupation, Amusements, Dancing, Music, Parties, Reading, Writing, Labor, Farm (with profits from produce), Cabinet Shop, Mattress Shop, Shoe Shop, Religious Exercises, Conclusion (John R. Lee, Asst. physician), Register of the Weather (introduced 1839, 7th Annual Report)..

$60.00

FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1837. Senate No. 5
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FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LUNATIC HOSPITAL AT WORCESTER. December, 1837. Senate No. 5

By Kinnicut, Thomas, Horace Mann, Abraham R. Thompson, Myron Lawrence, Steven Salisbury, Trustees.

Boston: Duttton and Wentworth, State Printers, 1838. Illustrated by Tables of detailed statistics [on 678 consecutively numbered patients admitted from beginning] dated December 1, 1936 - November 30, 1937 inclusive. First edition. Original sewn wraps, uncut, unopened. 8vo (25cm). pp. 71, [1] blank. Very Good. Foxing starting; small stain on p. 24 foxed to p. 25; virtually unread as all sections are unopened. (To His Excellency Edward Everett, [15th] Governor...). Includes: Report of Treasurer, Alfred Dwight Foster, with List of employee salaries, groceries, apothecary, other expenses; Report of the Superintendent, Samuel B. Woodward with 678-patient roster, 15 additional tables, discussion of several patients via number assigned. (see Sabin 45988). Woodward assigned patients consecutive numbers which were listed in each yearly report for comparison in the tables. From this were tallies of admissions, discharges, deaths, types of insanity, paroxysms, cure rates and those who eloped, etc., with a detailed narrative. Everett left Congress and was elected Governor of Massachusetts (1836-38). He collaborated with Mann (1837-40) to institute the Prussian education system. Mann, responsible for the erecting of the Worcester Hospital, would additionally focus on his new appointment as secretary of the Board of Education in 1837, remain a Trustee of the hospital, and as as elected President of the Mass. Senate (1836-37), focus on infrastructure through funding canal and railroad projects..

$60.00

Report of the Commissioners Appointed under a Resolve of the Legislature of Massachusetts, to Superintend the Erection of a Lunatic Hospital at Worcester, and to report a system of discipline and government for the same, Made January 4th, 1832 [and] House No. 39 of Feb. 6, 1830
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Report of the Commissioners Appointed under a Resolve of the Legislature of Massachusetts, to Superintend the Erection of a Lunatic Hospital at Worcester, and to report a system of discipline and government for the same, Made January 4th, 1832 [and] House No. 39 of Feb. 6, 1830

By Mann, Horace, Bezaleel Taft, Jr., W.B. Calhoun, respectfully submitted by 1796-1859.

Boston: Dutton & Wentworth, Printers to the State, 1832. Illustrated by Engraved frontis "Lunatic Hospital, Worcester, Mass.", Pendleton's Lithog., Boston. First edition. 2 volumes. Original sewn wraps, uncut, unopened. 8vo. pp. 32; 6, [2]. About Good and Near Fine. Old dampstains to plate and several pages, large chip to blank bottom of last page (no missing text, pictured), shallow edge tears to uncut pages (some straightened dogears). "Senate......No. 2. To His Excellency LEVI LINCOLN, [13th] Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The Commissioners appointed in pursuance of a Resolve of the Legislature of Mar 19, A.D. 1830, "to superintend the erection of a Hospital, of sufficient dimensions to accommodate a Superintendent and one hundred and twenty insane or mad persons,". Announcing the two year completion of the hospital with plate, with an extract from Codicil to the last Will and Testament of Nathaniel Maccarty bequeathing $500.00 to improve McLean Hospital for the Insane at Charlestown, pictured. [McLean was founded in 1811, organized by Rev. John Bartlett, and built by prominent Bostonians by 1818]. Mann, in his early years served in the Massachusetts House (1827-33) then Senate (1833-37) and was instrumental in establishing the Lunatic Hospital at Worcester, serving as Chairman of the Board of Trustees in 1833. (Sabin 45988). Also included is the original report requesting that a land deed in Massachusetts was to be secured and a building erected not to exceed $30,000: House No. 39 Reported by a Select Committee, consisting of Messrs. Mann, of Dedham, Loud, of Dorchester, Strong, of Pittsfield, Oliver, of Boston, Frothingham, of Newburyport. House of Representatives, Feb.,13,1830, (NF, pp.[6], [2] blank, unopened). The report was authored by Mann and presented the returns from 114 towns that there were 289 lunatics requiring housing for which they recommended a center building with two wings. In the interim, twelve acres were purchased in Worcester for $2500 for the site. In the facility designed for 129 beds, 164 were admitted, the first on January 19, 1832 (see First Annual Report of the Trustees, December 1833) to accommodate the 289 lunatics tallied in the 1830 report..

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FURTHER RECORD OF MEDIUMISTIC EXPERIMENTS: Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research, Vol. XIX, A.

By Hyslop, James H. (Hervey), 1854-.

New York: American Society for Psychical Research, 1925. First edition. Black ribbed cloth, paper spine title. 8vo (25cm). pp. 455, [5] Ads. Index. Very Good+/No jacket, as issued. Darkened spine title, minor spots of blemish to boards and eps, no ownership or writing. 1913-14 sittings..

$75.00

OFFICIAL SCIENCE AND PSYCHICAL RESEARCH. Bulletin VI of the National Laboratory of Psychical Research.

By Sudre, Rene, C.E.M. Joad, Sir Richard Gregory, Dr. F.C.S. Schiller, R. S. Lambert, Harry Price, A.M. Low, Gerald Heard.

London: Rooms of the NLPR (Fisher, Knight & Co., Ltd.), 1933. Illustrated by 2 plates: centerfold of attendees at Sudre dinner, facsimile letter of D'Arsonval to Joad. First edition. Tan card wraps, printed and ruled brown. 8vo. pp. 47. Near Fine/Ex-Lib. Faint cover trace of library stamp. Addresses, letter from Prof. D'Arsonval, and syllabus of lectures framed for use in the University of Belgrade. Sudre address entitled "The Bridge between Psychical Research and Established Science"..

$30.00

PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDIES IN DEMENTIA PRAECOX.

By Kendig, Isabelle and Winifred V. Richmond (1876-1945).

Ann Arbor, MI: Edwards Brothers, Inc, 1940. Illustrated by figures (charts and graphs). First edition. Blue card wraps, double column format. 4to. pp. x, 166, 167-211 (Appendix of tables). Very Good/Ex-Lib. College library withdrawn bookplate and minimal markings, page toning. Three studies projected by Dr. William Alanson White (1870-1937), 500 case studies at St. Elizabeth's Hospital 1903-37: DP and General Intelligence; Patterns of Mental Function in DP; DP and the Concept of Deterioration. Comprehensive literature review of period theories of 'schizophrenia' from Gatewood to Wittman, discussion on intelligence testing..

$40.00

MEMORIES AND PERSPECTIVES Marking the Centennial of C. G. Jung's Birth
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MEMORIES AND PERSPECTIVES Marking the Centennial of C. G. Jung's Birth

By Rosenberg, Judy, Editor.

New York: Analytical Psychology Club of New York, December 1975. Illustrated by full b/w frontis and two photographs of Jung. First edition. Stapled card wraps, thick paper issue. 8vo (23cm). pp. 60, [4] blank. About Very Good. Cover soil, edge nicks, six yellow highlighted phrases internally. 11 shorts, 10 contributors (contents scanned)..

$15.00

Shining Affliction: A Story of Harm and Healing in Psychotherapy, A.

By Rogers, Annie G., Ph.D.

New York: Viking Penguin, (1995). First (N1) edition. Original publisher review laid-in. Cloth backed boards. 8vo. pp. 322. Fine/In like (0895) jacket/Unclipped price in mylar. ISBN: 0670857270..

$25.00

PSYCHOLOGY OF SPECIAL ABILITIES AND DISABILITIES, The.

By Bronner, Augusta F. (b.1881).

Boston: Little, Brown & Co, 1921. Later edition. c.1917. Brown cloth. Cr.8vo. pp. vi, [2], 269, [1]. Appendix, Index. About Very Good. Light corner wear, frayed heel chip, pp. 231-2 has a straightened double fold with a crinkled top corner (no text loss). Assistant Director, Juvenile Psychopathic Institute Chicago..

$25.00

Dysthymia and the Spectrum of Chronic Depression.
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Dysthymia and the Spectrum of Chronic Depression.

By Akiskal, Hagop S. and Giovanni B. Cassano, Eds.

New York: Guilford, (1997). First (N1) edition. Washable black cloth. 8vo. pp. 228. Index. Near Fine/Fine/Unclipped price in mylar. Traces of corner wear. Multi-contributor. ISBN 1572300892..

$20.00

PROCESSING OF MEMORIES: Forgetting and Retension, The.

By Spear, Norman E.

Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates (distributed by John Wiley, Halsted Press Div.), 1978. Illustrated by charts, graphs, b/w photos. First edition. Experimental Psychology Series. Grey cloth, black titles printed gilt. Royal 8vo. pp. xiv, 553. References, Indices. VG/No jacket. Rubbed caps and corners, ink owner. Scarce first book..

$100.00

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