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Mesmerism (also called pathetism [1]) was a set of procedures used by Franz Mesmer, the 18th century physician to relieve various physical and mental symptoms. At the time he postulated he was manipulating animal magnetism.


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  1. Harriman, P.L. (1961). Dictionary of Psychology. Peter Owen and the Vision Press:London

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