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87. Casper, Johann Ludwig (1796-1864).
Charakteristik der französischen Medicin mit vergleichenden Hinblicken auf die englische. Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus, 1822. 1st Edition. xxii+608+[2]pp + charts & folding plate of early medical instuments. Thick 8vo. Original drab yellow paper boards. Spine and joints worn, boards rubbed, moderate foxing - heavier to preliminaries, occasional worming, marginal pencil brackets to about 3 pages with a notation pencilled to lower margin of a rear page, still a very good copy in its original state with a prior owner's name stamp to half-title page. A three line authorial dedication note, unsigned, on inside front board to "Prof Dr. Heusinger" - possibly Johan Heinrich Gottlieb Heusinger (1766-1837), a German teacher and philospher who died in Dresden over a decade after the publication of this text. Inquire | Order $325.00
Hirsch I, p.677; Wellcome II, p. 309 [this edition].
"[P]hysician, professor in Berlin, medical writer and editor,.. Casper reformed German forensic medicine and freed it from previous judicial formalism and dependence on other sciences" [Nemec #424].
88. Cassirer, R.
Die Vasomotorisch-Trophischen Neurosen. Berlin: S. Karger, 1912. 2nd Revised Edition. [First published 1901.] xvi+988pp + xxiv rear plates - some in color. Large 8vo. Russet cloth with black leather gilt-stamped spine label. Slightly shaken ex-library copy, boards quite soiled with black fingerprint smudges, light shelfwear to spine tips and corners, spine label rubbed - but very visible, front hinge cracked with sl. separation at title-page, and binders tape to the gutter at paste-downs and a few other pages, lower page corners slightly curled, right edge of title-page slightly chipped, with the embossed title-page stamp and black call number of The Hartford Retreat Library; about a good reading copy only. Smith Ely Jelliffe's copy with his bookplate and 1st name title-page signature. Inquire | Order $40.00

89. Charcot, Jean Martin (1825-1893).
Poliklinische Vorträge. I. Band: Schuljahr 1887/88 übersetzt von Dr. Sigm[und] Freud. II. Band: Schuljahr 1888/89 übersetzt von Dr. Max Kahane (1866-1923). Translation of Leçons du Mardi de la Salpêtrière. Leipzig und Wien: Franz Deuticke, 1894, 1895. 2 volumes. xii+480pp. + 1 folding plate. 99 text woodcuts.; viii+483+[1]pp. 125 text woodcuts. Large 8vo. Contemporary 1/2 brown morocco with embossed boards, marbled edges & endpapers, and gilt spines. Joints and corners rubbed, hinges to second volume weak but intact, 7 cm. tear to the mid-rear joint of volume two with a horizontal tear to the spine. Still a good to very good set. Signature of Dr. Fritz Salinger to the top of both title-pages. Scarce. Second issue of the first volume translated by Freud with a cancel title-page. 1st printing of the second volume translated by Kahane. The Norman catalog calls this 1894 issue of Freud's volume the second edition, but I think it is much more likely that there was only a single printing, with the book first issued made up from the parts with 1892 (the date of the first fascicle) on the title-page, with a new title-page printed with 1894 for the actual book publication after the installments were all completed. This was fairly standard practice for Central European scientific books in the late 19th century.
Haskell Norman's copies with his bookplate to both volumes. Dr. Norman (1915-1996) was a San Francisco analyst who assembled one of the finest history of science & medicine collections, which included almost certainly the best Freud collection assembled to date. His books were sold at auction in 1998 by Christie's. Inquire | Order $850.00
Grinstein #10668; Norman Catalog F154 (this copy); Meyer-Palmedo & Fichtner 1892-94a. Freud also contributed a four page introduction and sixty-two footnotes (many critical of Charcot) to his translation of the first volume, originally published in parts 1892 to 1894 (which we've never seen). Freud's introduction and 14 of the footnotes "of psychological interest" are translated in the first volume of the Standard Edition, pp. 133-143, preceded by a brief but intelligent discussion of (lacking copies in the original parts) the impossibility of determining when the footnotes were actually first published. Freud's neurological writings (including the majority of footnotes in the present book) were omitted from the Standard Edition because Anna Freud adamantly opposed their inclusion. To this day little of his neurology has been translated into English (of the books only the 1891 Zur Auffassung der Aphasien, his last neurology book, the great 1897 Die infantile Cerebrallähmung (one of the foundation texts for pediatric neurology as a discipline), and the posthumously published Entwurf of the middle 1890s.
90. Cimbal, Walter [Julius Otto] (born 1877).
Die Neurosen des Lebenskampfes. Berlin/Wien: Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1931. 1st Edition. xvi+356pp. Later drab boards with taped spine. Smith Ely Jelliffe's copy with his block letter name stamp to title-page and a few interior pages, and the embossed title-page stamp and white call number of The Hartford Retreat Library. Paper peeling from 1 corner of front board, pages unevenly cut at right edge with sl. chipping to a few longer edges; about a good clean reading copy. Inquire | Order $10.00

91. Cimbal, W[alter Julius Otto].
Taschenbuch zur Untersuchung nervöser und psychischer Krankheiten und krankheitsverdächtiger Zustände: Eine Anleitung für Mediziner und Juristen insbesondere für beamtete Ärzte. Berlin: Verlag von Julius Springer, 1909. 1st Edition. xii+168+[8]pp. + 2 leaves of inserted rear ads. 12mo. Printed panelled maroon cloth with gilt lettering. A very good copy with The Hartford Retreat's embossed title-page stamp, rear pocket, and whited spine call number. Uncommon. With Smith Ely Jelliffe's bookplate. Inquire | Order $40.00

92. Cimbal, W[alter Julius Otto].
Taschenbuch zur Untersuchung nervöser und psychischer Krankheiten und krankheitsverdächtiger Zustände: Eine Anleitung für Mediziner und Juristen insbesondere für beamtete Ärzte. Berlin: Verlag von Julius Springer, 1909. 1st Edition. xii+168+[8]pp. + 2 leaves of inserted rear ads. 12mo. Printed panelled maroon cloth with gilt lettering. Edges bumped, spine tips frayed, a good ex-library copy with all the usual markings. Uncommon. Inquire | Order $30.00

93. Clemen, Wolfgang.
Clarences Traum und Ermordung (Shakespeare: Richard III 1, 4). Sitzungsberichte der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften Philosophisch-historische Klasse Jahrgang 1955, Heft 5. München: Verlag der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Kommission bei der C.H. Beck'schen Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1955. 1st Edition. 45+[3]pp. Thin 8vo. Printed buff wrappers. Spine & edges celotaped, else a very good unopened copy. Inquire | Order $25.00

94. Cocteau, Jean, et al.
Insania Pingens. [Basle]: [CIBA Limited], [1961]. 1st Edition in German. 114+[2]pp. Profusely illustrated. 22 color plates included in pagination. Oblong 8vo. Cloth-backed gray boards. A fine copy. In original slipcase. Inquire | Order $50.00
Text in German.
95. Cramer, A[ugust] (1860-1912).
Pubertät und Schule. Aus der Königlichen Universitätklinik und Poliklinik für psychische und Nervenkrankheiten. Zweite, vermehrte und verbesserte Auflage. Leipzig/Berlin: Druck und Verlag von B. G. Teubner, 1911. 2nd Revised Edition. [First published 1909.] 21+[3]pp. Thin 8vo. Drab black cloth-backed printed ocher boards with reddish front lettering. Front flyleaf detached, crown masking-taped, a good, typically marked ex-library. Uncommon. Inquire | Order $25.00
OCLC records 5 copies (none of the 1st edition), only 2 in the USA: UNC Chapel Hill, U Texas. Cramer was director of the Clinic.
96. Cremerius, Johannes (born 1918).
Die Beurteilung des Behandlungserfolges in der Psychotehrapie.: 523 acht- bis zehnjährige Katamnesen psychotherapeutischer Behandlungen von organneurotischen und psychosomatischen Erkkrankungen. Monographien aus dem Gesamtgebiete der Neurologie und Psychiatrie Heft 99. Berlin/Göttingen/Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 1962. 1st Edition. iv+101+[1]pp. Thin 8vo. Printed white card covers with dark blue lettering. A very good copy. Uncommon. Inquire | Order $25.00

97. Cruickshank, E. K., et al.
Soziale und angewandte Psychiatrie. Psychiatrie der Gegenwart: Forschung und Praxis Band III. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1961. 1st Edition. viii+880pp. Text illustrations. Heavy 8vo. Printed blue cloth. A very good copy in chipped dust jacket. Binders mesh visible to gutter of front and rear paste downs, a clean and tight copy. Inquire | Order $65.00
Contains 7 papers on social psychiatry & psychiatric practice including Aubrey Lewis's "Psychiatric Education and Training," Paul Hoch's "Social Psychiatry," and Kenneth Soddy's "The Mental Hygiene Movement"; 3 on forensic psychiatry: Ehrhardt's "Forensische und administrative Psychiatrie," Jakob Wyrsch's "Die sexuellen Perversionen und die psychiatrisch-forensische Bedeutung der Sittlichkeitsdelikte," G. Rylander's "Forensic Psychiatry in Relation to Legislation in Different Countries"; 3 on the interface of psychiatry with other fields: Margaret Mead's "Psychiatry and Ethnology," Hans Heimann's "Religion and Psychiatry," Robert Volmat's "Art et psychiatrie" (illustrated with 46 plates in the text); 7 on war psychiatry: R. Jung's "Einleitug zur Kriegspsychiatrie," J. E Meyer's "Die abnormen Erlebnisreaktionen im Kriege bei Truppe und Zivilbevölkerung," Hans Kornhuber's "Psychologie und Psychiatrie der Kriegsgefangenschaft," Viktor Frankl's "Psychologie und Psychiatrie des Konzentrationslagers," Maria Pfister-Ammende's "Psychologie und Psychiatrie der Internierung und des Flüchtlingsdaseins," Günther Wilke's "Akute cerebrale Hungerschäden in Kriegsgefangeschaft und ihre neurologischen und psychiatrischen Folgen," E. K. Cruickshank's "Neuro-psychiatric Disorders in Prisoners-of-War."
98. Cruickshank, E. K., et al.
Soziale und angewandte Psychiatrie. Psychiatrie der Gegenwart: Forschung und Praxis Band III. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1961. 1st Edition. viii+880pp. Text illustrations. Heavy 8vo. Printed blue cloth. Slight marginal ink marking and slight cover spotting, else a very good copy. Inquire | Order $30.00

99. Czerny, Ad[albert] (1863-1941).
Der Arzt als Erzieher des Kindes: Vorlesungen. Leipzig und Wien: Franz Deuticke, 1926. 7th Edition. [First published 1908.] [2]+viii+106+[2]pp. Small 8vo. Printed flexible dark blue boards with gilt front lettering and drab navy blue cloth spine. A lightly marked ex-library copy. With Smith Ely Jelliffe's bookplate and autopen signature to the title-page. Inquire | Order $17.50
Essays intended for mothers. The seventh edition apparently reprints the 1922 revised sixth edition.
100. Delay, Jean (1907-1987) & Pichot, P[ierre].
Medizinische Psychologie: ein Kompendium. Übersetzt und bearbeitet von Wolfang Böcher. 2., unveränderte Auflage. Translation Abrégé de psychologie (Paris 1966). Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag, 1968. 2nd Edition in German, 1st printing. [First issued in German translation in 1966.] xii+399+[1]pp. 12mo. Printed flexible vinyl blue covers with gilt lettering. A very good copy. Inscribed by Pichot on the half-title "to Prof. S[aul] Rosenzweig // cordially // P. Pichot". Inquire | Order $20.00

101. Determann [, Hermann August] (born 1865).
Die Diagnose und die Allgemeinbehandlung der Frühzustände der Tabes dorsalis. Sammlung zwangloser Abhandlungen aus dem Gebiete der Nerven- und Geisteskrankheiten Band V Heft 2/3. Halle a. d. S.: Verlag von Carl Marhold, 1904. 1st Edition. 54+[2]pp. Thin 8vo. Early cloth-backed marbled boards. Front joint splitting, a good ex-library copy. Scarce. No copy listed in OCLC. Inquire | Order $40.00
Determann was from 1892 physician at the St. Blasien asylum.
102. Diener, Gottfried.
Goethes "Lila" Heilung eines "Wahnsinnes" durch "psychische Kur". Vergleichende Interpretatin der drei Fassungen. Mit ungedruckten texten und Noten und einem Anhang über psychische Kuren der Goethe-Zeit und das Psychodrama. [Frankfurt am Main]: Athenäum, [1971]. 1st Edition. 285+[3]pp. Blue cloth with painted white spine lettering. A very good copy in edgeworn dust jacket. Inquire | Order $27.95

103. Dietel, Friedrich.
Das Bettnässen: Seine Ursachen und Vorschläge zu seiner Behandlung. München: J. F. Lehmanns Verlag, 1929. 1st Edition. 85+[3]pp. Printed green wrappers with dark blue lettering. Wrappers detached with lower half of spine quite worn, a good copy with The Hartford Retreat's embossed stamp to the title-page. Uncommon. With Smith Ely Jelliffe's bookplate, rubber stamp to the front wrapper, and autopen signature to the title-page. Inquire | Order $25.00
OCLC records only two copies: Iowa State & University of Brussels.
104. Dietel, Friedrich.
Das Bettnässen: Seine Ursachen und Vorschläge zu seiner Behandlung. München: J. F. Lehmanns Verlag, 1929. 1st Edition. 85+[3]pp. Printed tan cloth with black lettering. Joints quite frayed, an ugly ex-library working copy. Uncommon. Inquire | Order $17.50
OCLC records only two copies: Iowa State & University of Brussels.
105. Dollinger, A[lbert] (born 1883).
Beiträge zur Ätiologie und Klinik der schweren Formen angeborener und früh erworbener Schwachsinnszustände, mit einem Anhang über Längen-und Massenwachstum idiotischer Kinder. Monographien aus dem Gesamtgebiete der Neurologie und Psychiatrie Heft 23. Berlin: Verlag von Julius Springer, 1921. 1st Edition. vi+98pp. 22 text charts. Tall 8vo. Early cloth-backed mottled green library boards with original wrapper-title drastically trimmed and laid-down. A good copy in an undistinguished biniding with The Hartford Retreat's embossed title-page stamp, mostly unopened. Scarce. With Smith Ely Jelliffe's autopen signature to the title-page and cut-down front wrapper. Inquire | Order $35.00
Dollinger was Oberarzt am Kaiserin Auguste Victoria Haus, Reichsanstalt zur Bekämpfung der Säuglings und Kleinkindersterblichkeit, Charlottenburg.
106. Dornblüth, Otto (1860-1922).
Gesunde Nerven in Frieden und Krieg. Würzburg: Verlag von Curt Kabitzsch, 1916. 5th Revised Edition. [iv]+144+[12]pp. Printed gray-green card covers with drab spine and inset front blue lettering. Upper front corner of front cover chipped away, else very good with The Hartford Retreat's embossed title-page stamp, rear pocket and whited spine call number. With Smith Ely Jelliffe's bookplate. Inquire | Order $40.00
OCLC locates copies only at LC & NLM; 3 copies of the 1908 4th edition (with a somewhat different title); and none for any earlier editions. Dornblüth was director of a Sanitorium for nervous and physical diseases in Wiesbaden.
107. Dost, Max.
Kurzer Abriss der Psychologie, Psychiatrie und gerichtlichen Psychiatrie nebst einer ausführlichen Zusammenstellung der gebräuchlichsten Methoden der Intelligenz- und Kenntnisprüfung. Für Juristen und Mediziner, besonders jüngere Psychiater. Leipzig: Verlag von F. C. W. Vogel, 1908. 1st Edition. [iv]+142+[2]pp. + 8 photographic images representing psychiatric types on two inserted rear plate leaves. 17 text figures (many of handwriting). Rebound in later black buckram with gilt-stamped spine, original printed green wrappers retained. A lightly marked, tight and virtually unused ex-library copy from the American Psychiatric Association's Adolf Meyer collection. Uncommon. Inquire | Order $35.00

108. Dresel, E[rnst] G[erhard].
Die Ursachen der Trunksucht und ihre Bekämpfung durch die Trinkerfürsorge in Heidelberg. Abhandlungen aus dem Gesamtgebiete der Kriminalpsychologie (Heidelberger Abhadlungen), herausgegeben von K. von Lilienthal, S. Schott, K. Wilmanns Heft 5. Berlin: Verlag von Julius Springer, 1921. 1st Edition. [6]+125+[1]pp. Tall 8vo. Printed cream wrappers with black lettering. Front wrapper chipped and detached, minor ink stain to the right edge of the front wrapper and first three leaves, a good copy with The Hartford Retreat's embossed title-page stamp and small ink call number to the front wrapper. Uncommon. With Smith Ely Jelliffe's autopen signature to the front wrapper and title-page. Inquire | Order $40.00
Dresel was A. O. Professor at Heidelberg.
109. Drews, Sibylle, et al, eds.
Provokation und Toleranz: Festschrift für Alexander Mitscherlich zum siebzigsten Geburtstag. [Frankfurt am Main]: Suhrkamp, [1978]. 1st Edition. [xiv]+528+[2]pp. + color frontis portrait + 2 inserted half-tones. Blue cloth with painted spine label. Ink signature to the title-page, else near fine in dust jacket. Inquire | Order $35.00

110. Dreyfus, Georges L[ouis] (born 1879).
Über nervöse Dyspepsie: psychiatrische Untersuchungen aus der Medizinischen Klinik zu Heidelberg. Introduction by L. Kreyl. Jena: Verlag von Gustav Fischer, 1908. 1st Edition. iv+[2]+102+[2]pp. Early red cloth with gilt-stamped spine. A lightly marked ex-library copy. Inquire | Order $35.00
After discussing the historical literature on the subject, Dreyfus divides dyspepsia into four groups: I. psychopathological states arising from constitutional degeneration (with subsections on dyspepsia caused by hysteria and dyspepsia with cyclothymia); II. acquired neurasthenia with dyspepsia; III. nervous dyspepsia produced by pathological changes in the stomach's nervous system; IV. endocrinological disturbances as the cause [all of a half-page!].

Dreyfus is most notable for having influenced Kraepelin, whose student he was, to abandon the separate diagnostic category of involutional melancholia and to include it within the manic-depressive group, with its better prognosis. Dreyfus presented his ideas in his 1907 book Die Melancholia. In the 8th edition of his great Psychiatrie Kraepelin included such disorders under the rubric of mixed manic-depressive states. See Stanley W. Jackson's Melancholia and Depression From Hippocratic Times to Modern Times, pages 194, 208-9, and 172.

111. Dubitscher, Fred[erik].
Der Suicid unter besonderer Berücksichtigung versorgungsärztlicher Gesichtspunkte. Arbeit und Gesundheit: Sozialmedizinische Schriftenreihe aus dem Gebiete des Bundesministeriums für Arbeit Neue Folge Heft 61. Stuttgart: Georg Thieme Verlag, 1957. 1st Edition. viii+223+[1]pp. + front & rear blanks. 7 text figures. Printed blue card covers with black lettering. Spine sellotaped with taped paper label, else a very good copy. Uncommon. Inquire | Order $25.00

112. Dubois, Paul (1848-1918).
Die Psychoneurosen und ihre psychische Behandlung. Übersetzt von Dr. med. [Georg] Ringier in Kirchdorf bei bern. Vorrede von Dr. [Jules] Déjerine. Translation of the 1905 revised edition of Les psychonévroses et leur traitement moral (1st French edition 1904; 1st German edition from the text of the 1st French edition in 1905). Bern: Verlag von A. Francke, vorm. Schmid & Francke, 1910. 2nd Edition in German. 484+[4]pp. Bevel-edged handsome brown cloth with inset leather front and spine labels, front cover device, and decorative endpapers. American Psychiatric Association Library bookplate (partly defaced) and light rubbing to the spine tips, else a handsome copy in printed brown dust wrapper. Upper edges of DJ chipped and DJ spine quite defective. Inquire | Order $40.00
Easily the most important and widely read early book on medical psychotherapy published in both Europe and America. "One of the most systematic of the attempts to treat neurotic disorders [rationally] was the persuasion therapy of Paul Charles Dubois, who was professor of neuropathology at Bern. Dubois had been strongly influenced by Heinroth and believed that most mental disturbances have psychological causes. He emphasized that psychological functions have a physiological substratum: psychological function is 'a special function of the brain' that cannot be described in physiological terms but can be influenced by psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, to be effective, should be rational: the physician's task was to convince the patient that his neurotic feelings, thoughts, and behavior were irrational. Dubois' method was another form of Pinel's moral treatment and amounted to reeducation according to reason and accepted moral principles" [Alexander & Selesnick's History of Psychiatry, pp. 174-175].
113. Dukor, Benno.
Das schweizerische Eheverbot für Urteilsunfähige und Geisteskranke: seine Theorie und Praxis für Aerzte, Juristen und Fürsorgebeamte. Zürich: Polygraphischer Verlag, 1939. 1st Edition. 247+[1]pp. Printed yellow wrappers with black spine and front lettering. A very good copy with The Hartford Retreat's embossed title-page stamp and spine call number. Uncommon. With Smith Ely Jelliffe's name stamp to the title and front cover. Inquire | Order $45.00
OCLC locates 5 copies: 2 at LC, Illinois, Michigan, & the University of Catania in Italy. Dukor was Privatdozent in Psychiatry at the University of Basel.
114. Ehrhardt, Helmut E. (born 1914), ed.
Perspektiven der heutigen Psychiatrie. Frankfurt/M: Verlag Gerhards u. Co., [1972]. 1st Edition. [xii]+404pp. Printed blue cloth. A very good copy. Presentation copy to Lothar Kalinowsky. Inquire | Order $17.95

115. Ehrhardt, H[elmut E.], et al, eds.
Psychiatrie und Gesellschaft: Ergebnisse und Probleme der Sozialpsychiatrie. Bern/Stuttgart: Verlag Hans Huber, [1958]. 1st Edition. 320pp. Printed blue cloth. A very good copy with institute stamp and owner's inscription to flyleaf. Presentation copy with typed letter signed to the inscribee. Inquire | Order $15.00
32 papers (27 in German, 4 in English, and 1 in French). Includes Rümke's "Die Bedeutung des Lebenswerkes Kräpelins für die Sozialpsychiatrie unserer Zeit"; Diethelm's "Social Psychiatry in America"; Redlich's "Social Class, Culture and Schizophrenia"; Bürger-Prinz's "Psychiatrie und Soziologie"; Straus's "Formen und Formeln"; Rees's "Mental Health and Mental Hygiene as International Tasks"; Schulte's "Geschichte und Aufgaben der Psychohygiene in Deutschland"; Kanner's "Parental Perfectionism as a Pathogenic Agent"; von Mann's "Entwicklungstendenzen der deutschen Jugendwohlfahrt"; Sieverts's "Gedankenzum weiteren Ausbau des deutschen Jugendkriminalrechts"; Stumpfl's "Kriminologie und Psychiatrie."
116. Ehrhardt, H[elmut E.], et al, eds.
Psychiatrie und Gesellschaft: Ergebnisse und Probleme der Sozialpsychiatrie. Bern/Stuttgart: Verlag Hans Huber, [1958]. 1st Edition. 320pp. Printed blue cloth. Six pages ink-lined, else very good in lightly worn dust jacket. Inquire | Order $10.95

117. Eitzen, [Friedrich] Wilhelm (1856-1911).
Der Irrgarten der Sprachen: gefährliche Fremdwörter, Missverständnisse und Entgleisungen. Berlin/Bonn: Ferd[inand] Dümmlers Verlag, 1929. 1st Edition. 239+[9]pp. Printed yellow cloth with brown lettering. Covers moderately stained and shelfworn, library pocket, date-due leaf, and rubber stamp to the rear endpapers, a good copy. Uncommon. Inquire | Order $18.95

118. Eliasberg, Wladimir (1887-1969).
Bericht Über den III. Allgemeinen Kongress für Psychotherapie in Baden-Baden 20. bis 22. April 1928. Leipzig: Verlag von S. Hirzel, 1929. 1st Edition. x+326pp. + 5 plates. 6 text figures. Tall 8vo. Printed red cloth. A very good copy. Inquire | Order $50.00
Contains papers by Seif, WWexberg, Künkel, Schultz-Hencke, and Schilder on Adler's individual psychology; Groddeck's "Klinische Mitteilungen zur Psychotherapie; Kurt Lewin's "Entwicklung der experimentellen Willenpsychologie und die Psychotherapie"; J. H. Schultz's "Psychogramm und Charakter."
119. Erben, Siegmund (born 1863).
Diagnose der Simulation nervöser Symptome: ein Lehrbuch für den Praktiker. Berlin/Wien: Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1912. 1st Edition. xii+194pp. + 3 photographic plates on heavy paper. 24 text illustrations. Thatched gray cloth with brown leather spine and front labels, and marbled endpapers and edges. A very good copy. Inquire | Order $150.00
An interesting Austrian contribution to the literature of malingering with sections devoted to nervousness, neurasthenia, & traumatic neurosis; anesthesia, hypoaesthesia, & paresthesia; pain & hypersensibility; motor symptoms; vertigo; fainting, epilepsy, hysteria; imbecility. A second edition appeared in 1920. The "Erben Sign" (or "Phenomenon" or "Sign") is named after Erben, who practiced neurology in Vienna and who also wrote a book on neurasthenia.
120. Erben, Siegmund.
Diagnose der Simulation nervöser Symptome: ein Lehrbuch für den Praktiker. Berlin/Wien: Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1912. 1st Edition. xii+194pp. + 3 photographic plates on heavy paper. 24 text illustrations. Thatched gray cloth with brown leather spine and front labels, and marbled endpapers and edges. A very good, lightly marked ex-library copy with the embossed title-page stamp and whited spine call number of The Hartford Retreat. With Smith Ely Jelliffe's bookplate and autopen signature to the title-page. See the Wikipedia entry on Jelliffe for his importance in the history of American neurology, psychiatry, and psychoanalysis. Inquire | Order $75.00

121. Erhard, Ignaz (born 1876).
Seelische ursachen und Behandlung der Nervenleiden. Freiburg im Breisgau: Herder & Co., 1925. 1st Edition. [viii]+81+[1]pp. Small 8vo. Printed green cloth with green lettering. A very good copy in tattered (but obviously rare) dust jacket, with The Hartford Retreat's embossed title-page stamp and call number to the front DJ panel. Uncommon. With Smith Ely Jelliffe's bookplate and autopen signature to the title-page. Marked in pencil on the flyleaf "Review Copy" with the address of the St. Louis branch of Herder. Inquire | Order $25.00

One of the First Forensic Psychiatric Journals

122. Erlenmeyer, A[dolph] A[lbrecht] (1822-1877), ed.
Correspondenz-Blatt der deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychiatrie und gerichtliche Psychologie Dritter Jahrgang 1856 [und] Vierter Jahrgang 1857. Herausgegeben von deren Vorstand . . . Dr. Bergmann . . . Dr. Mansfeld . . . Dr. Erlenmeyer . . . Dr. Eulenberg. Redigirt von Dr. A. A. Erlenmeyer. Neuwied: Verlag von J. H. Heuser, 1856, 1857. 2 volumes. [iv]+192; [iv]+188pp. 4to. Original drab blue boards with hand-lettered spine label to each volume. Lower spines worn with the lower half of volume four's spine mostly erose, sheets lightly browned, embossed stamp of The Hartford Retreat to the title-pages, very good copies in original boards. Scarce. Inquire | Order $250.00
Erlenmeyer directed a private asylum in Bendorf, Germany and from 1854 edited both this biweekly Correspondenz-Blatt and the Verhandlungen published under the auspices of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychiatrie und gerichtliche Psychologie in Göttingen. See Nemec 419. One of the first journals explicity devoted to forensic psychiatry.

One of the First Forensic Psychiatric Journals

123. Erlenmeyer, A[dolph] A[lbrecht], ed.
Correspondenz-Blatt der deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychiatrie und gerichtliche Psychologie Sechster Jahrgang 1859. Herausgegeben von deren Vorstand . . . Dr. Bergmann . . . Dr. Mansfeld . . . Dr. Erlenmeyer . . . Dr. Eulenberg. Redigirt von Dr. A. A. Erlenmeyer. Neuwied: Verlag von J. H. Heuser, 1859. viii+376pp. Original drab blue boards with hand-lettered spine label. Lower spine and joints worn with some erosion to foot, sl. soiling to boards, edges bumped, sheets lightly browned, embossed stamp of The Hartford Retreat to the title-page with Smith Ely Jelliffe's bookplate to paste-down, very occasional neat pencil scoring to a handful of pages, else very good in original boards. Scarce. Inquire | Order $95.00

124. Ernst, Klaus, et al.
Ergebnisse der Verlaufsforschung bei Neurosen. Monographien aus dem Gesamtgebiete der Neurologie und Psychiatrie Heft 125. Berlin/Heidelberg/NY: Springer-Verlag, 1968. 1st Edition. xii+164pp. Printed stiff cream wrappers. Seven pages ink-lined, else a very good copy. Inquire | Order $22.50

125. Eschle, Franz C. R.
Grundzüge der Psychiatrie. Berlin/Wien: Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1907. 1st Edition. [x]+297+[1]pp. Printed panelled flexible blue cloth with marbled edges. Colored front flyleaf detached, else a very good copy with The Hartford Retreat's embossed title-page stamp, rear pocket and whited spine call number. Uncommon. Smith Ely Jelliffe's copy with his bookplate and dated signature to the title-page. Inquire | Order $75.00
Eschle directed the Pflegeanstalt des Kreises Heidelberg zu Sinsheim.
126. Ewald, G[ottfried] (born 1888).
Zur Frage des optischen Halluzinierens. Sonderabdruck aus Band 103, 2. Heft Archiv für Psychiatrie und Nervenkrankheiten. Berlin: Verlag von Julius Springer, 1935. 1st separate Edition. Pp. [1]+[136]-147+[1]. Thin 8vo. Printed white wrappers, saddlestitched, with black front & rear printing. A very good copy. Uncommon. With Smith Ely Jelliffe's autopen signature to the front wrapper ("Jelliffe"). Inquire | Order $15.00

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