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Delusion and Belief

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674493414

Publication Date: 01/01/1927

78 pages


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It is hoped that the book will find wide circulation, as it is pregnant with excellent ideas, and contains invaluable information.Long Island Medical Journal

There is sound discussion of hallucinatory experiences, seances, and spiritualistic beliefs treated in a tolerant manner. Dr. Campbell should be able to speak with authority on this subject because of his work as professor of psychiatry in the Harvard Medical School. He has contributed a worth-while book which will add stimulus to the present movement for sane minds in sound bodies.The Nation’s Health

The chief interest in this book is that it states precisely how our beliefs and their opposites affect our adjustment to environment. The book leaves us aroused by its penetrating thought.Boston Transcript

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