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Bernard Hollander

Author Code: EBHO

Born: (?) 1864 - Vienna, Austria

Died: Feb. 6, 1934 - London, England

After moving to England in 1883, Hollander was educated at King's College, London University. After graduating in 1898, he joined the British Hospital for Mental Disorders and Brain Diseases as a physician. He became a naturalized British citizen in 1899 and joined the British Medical Association. He was highly regarded as a popular interpreter of psychopathology. He was also the founder and president of the Ethological Society until 1929. Hollander contributed a vast number of papers on brain function, phrenology (for which he is primarily associated) and cerebral localisation. His works include Positive Philosophy of the Mind (1891), The Mental Function of the Brain (1901), The Revival of Phrenology (1901), Scientific Phrenology (1902), The Mental Symptoms of Brain Disease (1910), Nervous Disorders of Men (1916), Abnormal Children (1916), The Psychology of Misconduct, Vice and Crime (1922), Methods and Uses of Hypnosis and Self-Hypnosis (1928) and Old Age Deferred (1933).

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EBHO001 The Psychology of Misconduct, Vice and Crime 1922 72 425k eBook Download PDF - 'The Psychology of Misconduct, Vice and Crime' (EBHO001) Find a printed copy of The Psychology of Misconduct, Vice and Crime by Bernard Hollander at AbeBooks

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