Mirror-Writing Psyche Miniatures, Medical Series No. II

By: Critchley, MacDonald

Price: £160.00

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In the Original red cloth spine with a printed paper spine label, cream paper-covered boards and red lettering to the front cover. Some light marks to the covers, the tips of the corners are rubbed, and the red lettered paper label is browned and rubbed. Otherwise all hinges tight. Some foxing (light brown spotting) to the page fore-edges, and inside the endpapers are lightly browned with some light yellow foxing to the prelims and the title page, o/w NO Inscriptions or marks. Overall clean, tight and bright. 82 pp (including the Psche Advert leaf at the end). Black and white Frontispiece and 6 other b/w plates. Critchley's first book. "The book 'Mirror-Writing' consists of a major review of mirror writing and related reversal phenomena. This monograph provides great insight on these symptoms, which are rare today' The ideas of Critchley on cerebral function and dysfunction (evolution and dissolution) substantially succeeded those of John Hughlings Jackson." . (Brain Nerve, 2014 Nov) . Scarce book and an important title in this field. (NO ISBN though Amazon seems to think it has one! ! ) See Images. ; Psyche Miniatures, Medical Series No. II; 16mo 6" - 7" tall

Title: Mirror-Writing Psyche Miniatures, Medical Series No. II

Author Name: Critchley, MacDonald

Categories: Philosophy. Psychology. Psychiatry, Science & Engineering, Medicine,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. Ltd.: 1928

ISBN Number: 0404608574

ISBN Number 13: 9780404608576

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 114578

Keywords: Mirror-writing By Macdonald Critchley Psyche Miniatures, Medical Series No. II The Book ' Mirror-writing' Consists Of A Major Review Of Mirror Writing And Related Reversal Phenomena. This Monograph Provides Great Insight On These Symptoms, Which Are Rare Today' The Ideas Of Critchley On Cerebral Function And Dysfunction (evolution And Dissolution) Substantially Succeeded Those Of John Hughlings Jackson.