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Hallucinations : behavior, experience, and theory / edited by R. K. Siegel and L. J. West.
- Siegel, Ronald K.
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London : John Wiley & Sons, 
xiii, 322 pages, 4 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations ; 27 cm.
La Barre, W. Anthropological perspectives on hallucination and hallucinogens.--Winters, W. D. The continuum of CNS excitatory states and hallucinosis.--Hartmann, E. Dreams and other hallucinations, an approach to the underlying mechanism.--Siegel, R. K. and Murray, E. J. Drug-induced hallucinations in animals and man.--Horowitz, M. J. Hallucinations, and information-processing approach.--Fischer, R. Cartography of inner space.--Sarbin, T. R. and Juhasz, J. B. The social context of hallucinations.--Savage, C. W. The continuity of perceptual and cognitive experiences.--West, L. J. A clinical and theoretical overview of hallucinatory phenomena.
Includes bibliographies and index