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Unconscious therapeutics, or, The personality of the physician

by A. T. Schofield

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Published by J. & A. Churchill in London .
Written in English


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Statementby Alfred T. Schofield
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 317 pages ;
Number of Pages317
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26279809M

Another world: or, The fourth dimension by Schofield, A. T. (Alfred Taylor), at - the best online ebook storage. Download and read online for free Another world: or, The fourth dimension by Schofield, A. T. (Alfred Taylor), /5(4). The personality of any individual may justly be regarded as the co-ordination of innate instincts and tendencies, together with acquired habits, memories and dispositions, into a synthetic whole which expresses itself by means of his organism. The conscious personality is that fraction of this system of which he is aware.

The concept Therapeutics represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries. LECTURE IX MEDISTIC THERAPEUTICS. Its rationale. If 'suggestion' has to carry any weight at all, it must be surcharged with the 'Personal Magnetism' in the physician. When a therapeutic suggestion is repeated for a number of times by a magnetic personality, it stimulates the spiritual nature of the patient himself which accelerates the.

Cerys has read all the books on mythology in his school's library, and he is intrigued by how the stories all seem to have similar elements and themes. In each story there is a hero and a villain, a damsel in distress, a wise old man or woman to guide the hero, and a funny sidekick. The word “personality” originates from the Latin word persona, which means “mask.” Personality as a field of study began with Hippocrates, a physician in ancient Greece, who theorized that personality traits and human behaviors are based on four separate temperaments associated with four fluids of the body known as “humors”.


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Unconscious therapeutics, or, The personality of the physician by Schofield, A. (Alfred Taylor), OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: Contents: Preface to the first editionThe mind in therapeuticsValue and varieties of mental therapeuticsThe vis medicatrix naturæThe personality of the physicianOther therapeutical influencesFrom a patient's point of viewThe practice of unconscious therapeuticsThe secret of success in practiceThe action of.

"This book examines the following topics: the mind in therapeutics; value and varieties of mental therapeutics; the vis medicatrix nature; the personality of the physician; other therapeutical influences; a Unconscious therapeutics point of view; the practice of unconscious therapeutics; the secret of success in practice; the action of unconscious therapeutics; and the study of unconscious therapeutics"--Create.

That the profession takes some heed to these reminders is apparent by the appearance within two years of a second edition of Dr.

Schofield's work. It covers the subject of the value to the physician of the impression that he makes consciously and unconsciously on the mind of his patient.

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