Softcover, Des Plaines, Illinois: The American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, 1980. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued.
Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have light handling wear, mailing label on back. ; Special section on forensic uses of hypnosis. Articles by Martin Reiseerr and Michael Nielson; William S. Kroger and Richard G. Doucé; Harold B. Crasilneck; Charles B. Mutter; Brian M. Alman and Richard E. Carney. Brief clinical reports: Richard B. Patterson, Hypnotherapy of hysterial monocular blindness: a case report. Thomas Deiker and D. Kenneth Counts, Hypnotic paradigm-substitution therapy in a case of hypochondriasis. Valerie T. Stein, Hypnotherapy of involuntary movements in an 82-year-old male. Benjamin H. Gorksy, The computer as an aid in teaching hypnosis. Letters. Book reviews. Abstracts of current literature. ; 10.0" tall; 72 pages.