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Classic text No. History of Psychiatry, 21 , Classic Text No. Hyslop History of Psychiatry, 25 , History of Psychiatry, 27 , History of Psychiatry, 23 , — This is not limited to mental illness, but includes much more, such as general psychological topics, and topics of general cultural and social concern believed to be relevant to the study of the mind and behavior. The journal, edited by historian of psychiatry German Berrios, is also open to psychic phenomena.

I have never noticed any prejudice against the topic, as judged by my submissions, which to this day have all been accepted.

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I have presented much information about psychical research in these contributions. The point of some of my papers, including those published in other journals, has been to identify the psychical research writings of well-known psychologists e. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis , , 52 , Journal of the Society for Psychical Research , , 78 , My colleagues and I wrote in this paper:.

His contribution of the construction of this idea, while purely psychological, was developed and nurtured in the context of psychic investigations, as were the psychological ideas of Myers, and to some extent, those of others such as Janet and Richet. Another example is William James , who of course has been widely discussed by others. A colleague and I discussed William James as another example of how psychical research contributed to the study of dissociation Alvarado, C.

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Nineteenth century pioneers in the study of dissociation: William James and psychical research. Journal of Consciousness Studies , , 17 , Piper represents a break with Janet and other conventional explorers of dissociation. It was in fact a plea to study and accept the possibility that dissociation and consciousness in general could transcend bodily limitations. Piper: Classic Text No. As stated in the abstract:.

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Piper — The article, an indication of late nineteenth-century interactions between dissociation studies and psychical research, was the first report of research with Mrs Piper, a widely investigated medium of great importance for the development of mediumship studies. Consequently, James provides an example of a topic neglected in historical studies, the ideas of those who combined conventional dissociation studies with psychical research.

In my first paper exploring the contributions of psychical research to psychology I focused on the work early members of the Society for Psychical Research conducted regarding dissociation. Because I wanted to inform contemporary dissociation researchers, I sent the paper to dissociation journal Dissociation in Britain during the late nineteenth century: The Society for Psychical Research, Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 3 , Apart from the fact that psychical research deserves serious consideration, we need to realize that in the context of nineteenth-century developments this field made important contributions to the study of dissociation and to the development of the idea of a secondary self.

I continued to explore dissociation in other articles. In one I focused on French psychologist Alfred Binet and his discussion of mediumship to illustrate that, similarly to hypnosis and various cases apparently showing the existence of a secondary consciousness, this phenomenon was used in the psychological discourse of the nineteenth-century to argue for the existence of dissociation as a psychological process Alvarado, C.

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History of Psychiatry , , 21 , An example was the work of Pierre Janet, who did not accept the parapsychological aspects of mediumship, but used the phenomena and the writings of Myers to support the concept of dissociation and secondary personalities. In some papers published in History of Psychiatry, I, and other colleagues, discussed pathological diagnoses informed by mediumship Alvarado, C. Evrard, R. Spiritist delusions and spiritism in the nosography of French psychiatry History of Psychiatry , , 24 , Interestingly, and complicating the issue, there were also several formulations of the relationship between dissociation, the subconscious mind and mediumship, as discussed in another of my papers: Alvarado, C.

Mediumship, psychical research, dissociation, and the powers of the subconscious mind.

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Journal of Parapsychology , , 78 , 98— I wrote in the conclusion of this paper:. Nonetheless, and as seen in the writings of some such as James. Along the way, Robinson convinces the reader that 'the view of reason and appetite as opposing forces is as old as the Homeric epics and as current as psychoanalytic theory. Convinced that 'psychology is the history of ideas, ' Robinson treats every idea and every sentence with critical respect, making this a standard-setting book that is also a pleasure to read.

James Lieberman, "Library Journal" "Robinson does not follow the usual conventions of celebrating one great man after another in chronological order but instead follows the development of ideas as they provide alternative perspectives on the nature of mind.


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Hence, the reader is carried along on a genuine intellectual adventure. Hilgard, professor emeritus of psychology, Stanford University Robinson does not follow the usual conventions of celebrating one great man after another in chronological order but instead follows the development of ideas as they provide alternative perspectives on the nature of mind. Ernest R. Hilgard, professor emeritus of psychology, Stanford University". Daniel N.

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