By Joanne M. McKeown, Catherine G. Fine
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Many apparently new discoveries are, in fact, ancient findings. Moreover, our young writers—unfamiliar with the works of ancient and recent masters of medicine—often plagiarize unwittingly. As for thermal springs, plagiarism will not be possible in a few years, since the local medical inspectors of each establishment must send, at the end of each season, an economic and medical report to the government. The government will send reports to the Comité des Eaux Minérales de l’Académie Royale de Médecine after the annual visits by the Inspecteurs Généraux 2 of the springs.
Each reincarnation of the experience seemed more muted than the previous one. All reported to be under Estelle’s control. Circumstances were such that Despine would never work with (or even see) Estelle directly again, but would just be informed of her continued progress and her adjustment to normal adolescent endeavors. He acknowledged even after this seeming treatment success that many factors contributed to Estelle’s recovery—only one of which was the magnetic somnambulism. Despine’s emblematic patient informed his treatment successes with other cataleptic men and women whose stories he also recounted in his monograph (this volume).
The clinical phenomenology of Multiple Personality Disorder: A review of 100 cases. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 47, 258–293. A ntoine Despine: M agnetizer a nd Pioneer 15 Spiegel, D. (2001). Deconstructing the dissociative disorders: For whom the Dell tolls. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 2, 51–57. , D. Pelcovitz, S. S. Mandel, A. McFarlane, and J. L. Herman (1996). Dissociation, somatization, and affect dysregulation: The complexity of adaptation to trauma. ), 83–93. This page intentionally left blank A ppr ec i at i ng Despi n e R i c h a r d P.
Despine and the Evolution of Psychology: Historical and Medical Perspectives on Dissociative Disorders by Joanne M. McKeown, Catherine G. Fine