You knew that Charcot was one of the originators of hypnotism in France, didn't you?
Why does not Charcot send all his nervous patients to Ireland?
This is charming after the way in which the profession of which Charcot is really a bright light treated Mesmerism.
When in that article you said that Charcot taught you to stand pain, was there any truth in that?
Those present were talking about magnetism, about Donato's tricks, and about Doctor Charcot's experiences.
No doubt, this other Charcot will come when the time is ripe.
Third, the short period during which the influence of Charcot and the Paris school prevailed.
Charcot's scheme of word-picture combination: 1, Auditory image.
Charcot says in his superb work on the subject that—er—that—well, we will hardly go into it now.
It is Charcot who tells that this broke him effectually of the habit.
Charcot Char·cot (shär-kō'), Jean Martin. 1825-1893.
French neurologist. A teacher of Sigmund Freud and Alfred Binet, he is known for his investigations of nervous diseases, his work on hysteria, and his studies of hypnotism.