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Braid, J. “Magic, Mesmerism, Hypnotism, etc., Historically and Physiologically considered”, 1844–1845, Medical Times vol. XI., pp. 203–204, 224-227, 270-273, 296-299, 399-400, 439-41. [4]
Braid, J. (Preyer, W., ed.) Der Hypnotismus. Ausgewählte Schriften von J. Braid. Deutsch herausgegeben von W. Preyer [On Hypnotism; Selected Writings of J. Braid, in German, edited by W. Preyer.], Verlag von Gebrüder Paetel, (Berlin), 1882.
Braid, J., „Electro-Biological Phenomena Physiologically and Psychologically Considered, by James Braid, M.R.C.S. Edinburgh, &c. &c. (Lecture delivered at the Royal Institution, Manchester, March 26, 1851)“, The Monthly Journal of Medical Science, Vol.12, (June 1851), pp. 511–530.[5]
Braid, J., „Experimental Inquiry to determine whether Hypnotic and Mesmeric Manifestations can be adduced in proof of Phrenology. By James Braid, M.R.C.S.E., Manchester. (From the “Medical Times”, No.271, 30 November 1844)“, The Phrenological Journal, and Magazine of Moral Science, Vol.18, No.83, (1845), pp.156-162.[6]
Braid, J., „Facts and Observations as to the Relative Value of Mesmeric and Hypnotic Coma, and Ethereal Narcotism, for the Mitigation or Entire Prevention of Pain during Surgical Operations“, The Medical Times, Vol.15, No.385, (13 February 1847), pp. 381–382,[7] Vol.16, No.387, (27 February 1847), pp. 10–11.[8]
Braid, J., „Hypnotic Therapeutics, Illustrated by Cases. By JAMES BRAID, Esq., Surgeon, of Manchester“, The Monthly Journal of Medical Science, Vol.17, (July 1853), pp. 14–47.[9]
Braid, J., „Hypnotism“ (Letter to the Editor), The Lancet, Vol.45, No.1135, (31 May 1845), pp. 627–628.
Braid, J., „Letter to the Editor of The British Record of Obstetric Medicine and Surgery [on the use of ether and chloroform for surgical and obstetric purposes]“, The British Record of Obstetric Medicine and Surgery, Vol.2, (1849), pp. 55–59.[10]
Braid, J., Magic, Witchcraft, Animal Magnetism, Hypnotism, and Electro-Biology; Being a Digest of the Latest Views of the Author on these Subjects (Third Edition), John Churchill, (London), 1852.[11]
Braid, J., Neurypnology or the Rationale of Nervous Sleep Considered in Relation with Animal Magnetism Illustrated by Numerous Cases of its Successful Application in the Relief and Cure of Disease, John Churchill, (London), 1843.[12]
Braid, J., „Observations on Mesmeric and Hypnotic Phenomena“, The Medical Times, Vol.10, No.238, (13 April 1844), pp. 31–32,[13] No.239, (20 April 1844), pp. 47–49.[14]
Braid, J., Observations on Trance; or, Human Hybernation, John Churchill, (London), 1850.[15]
Braid, J., „Physiological Explanation of Some Mesmeric Phenomena“, The Medical Times, Vol.10, No.258, (31 August 1844), pp. 450–451;[16] reprinted as „Remarks on Mr. Simpson’s Letter on Hypnotism, published in the Phrenological Journal for July 1844“, The Phrenological Journal, and Magazine of Moral Science, Vol.17, No.81, (October 1844), pp. 359–365.[17]
Braid, J., Satanic Agency and Mesmerism Reviewed, In A Letter To The Reverend H. Mc. Neile, A.M., of Liverpool, in Reply to a Sermon Preached by Him in St. Jude’s Church, Liverpool, on Sunday, April 10, 1842, by James Braid, Surgeon, Manchester, Simms and Dinham, and Galt and Anderson, (Manchester), 1842.

A transcription from an original pamphlet is given at Volgyesi, (Winter 1955), „Discovery of Medical Hypnotism: Part 2“, and another at Tinterow (Foundations of Hypnosis), pp. 317–330.
Robertson (Discovery of Hypnosis), reprints Volgyesi’s transcription at pp. 375–381.

Braid, J., „The Physiology of Fascination“ (Miscellaneous Contribution to the Botany and Zoology including Physiology Section), Report of the Twenty-Fifth Meeting of the British Association; Held at Glasgow in September 1855, John Murray, (London), 1856, pp. 120–121.[18]
Braid, J., The Physiology of Fascination, and the Critics Criticised [a two-part pamphlet], John Murray, (Manchester), 1855.
Braid, J., „The Power of the Mind over the Body: An Experimental Inquiry into the Nature and Cause of the Phenomena Attributed by Baron Reichenbach and Others to a „New Imponderable“. By JAMES BRAID, M.R.C.S. Edin., &c., Manchester“, The Medical Times, Vol.14, No.350, (13 June 1846), pp. 214–216,[19] No.352, (27 June 1846), pp. 252–254,[20] No.353, (4 July 1846), pp. 273–274.[21]
Braid, J., „The Power of the Mind Over the Body“ (1846), pp. 178–193 in Dennis, W. (comp. and ed.), Readings in the History of Psychology, Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc., (New York), 1948.[22]

Weiter Editionen und Sekundärliteratur:

Preyer, W., Der Hypnotismus: Vorlesungen gehalten an der K. Friedrich-Wilhelm’s-Universität zu Berlin, von W. Preyer. Nebst Anmerkungen und einer nachgelassenen Abhandlung von Braid aus dem Jahre 1845 [Hypnotism: Lectures delivered at the Emperor Frederick William’s University at Berlin by W. Preyer. With Notes and a Posthumous Paper of Braid From the Year 1845. ], Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1890.
Preyer, W., Die Entdeckung des Hypnotismus. Dargestellt von W. Preyer … Nebst einer ungedruckten Original-Abhandlung von Braid in Deutscher Uebersetzung [The Discovery of Hypnotism, presented by W. Preyer, together with a hithertofore unpublished paper by Braid in its German translation], Verlag von Gebrüder Paetel, (Berlin), 1881.
Robertson D (April 2009). „“On hypnotism“ (1860) De l’hypnotisme“. The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 57 (2): 133–61. doi:10.1080/00207140802665377. PMID 19234963.
Robertson, D. (ed), The Discovery of Hypnosis: The Complete Writings of James Braid, The Father of Hypnotherapy, National Council for Hypnotherapy, (Studley), 2009.(ISBN 0956057004)[23]
Braid, J. (Simon, J. trans.), Neurypnologie: Traité du Sommeil Nerveux, ou, Hypnotisme par James Braid; Traduit de l’anglais par le Dr Jules Simon; Avec preface de C. E. Brown-Séquard (Neurypnology: Treatise on Nervous Sleep or Hypnotism by James Braid, translated from the English by Dr. Jules Simon, with a preface by C. E. Brown-Séquard.), Adrien Delhaye et Émile Lecrosnier, (Paris), 1883.
Tinterow, M.M., Foundations of Hypnosis: From Mesmer to Freud, Charles C. Thomas, (Springfield), 1970. (contains transcription of Braid’s “Satanic Agency and Mesmerism”) [24]
Volgyesi, F.A., „Discovery of Medical Hypnotism:— J. Braid: “Satanic Agency and Mesmerism”, etc. Preface and Interpretation by Dr. F. A. Volgyesi (Budapest). Part I“, The British Journal of Medical Hypnotism, Vol.7, No.1, (Autumn 1955), pp. 2–13; „Part 2“, No.2, (Winter 1955), pp. 25–34; „Part 3“, No.3, (Spring 1956), pp. 25–31.
Waite, A.E., Braid on Hypnotism: Neurypnology. A New Edition, Edited with an Introduction, Biographical and Bibliographical, Embodying the Author’s Later Views and Further Evidence on the Subject by Arthur Edward Waite, George Redway, (London), 1899.

Sekundärliteratur, Quellen:

Anon, „Abstract of a Lecture on Electro-Biology, delivered at the Royal Institution, Manchester, on the 26th March 1851. By James Braid, M.R.C.S., Edinburgh, C.M.W.S., &c. &c.“, Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Vol.76, No.188, (1 July 1851), pp. 239–248.[25]
Anon, „Hypnotism — Important Medical Discovery“, The New York Herald, (Thursday, 5 January 1860), p. 5, col B.
Anon, „Sudden Death of Mr. James Braid, Surgeon, of Manchester“, The Lancet, Vol.75, No.1909, (31 March 1860), p. 335.
Bernheim, H., „A propos de l’étude sur James Braid par le Dr. Milne Bramwell, et de son rapport lu au Congrès de Bruxelles [With Regard to the Study of James Braid by Dr. Milne Bramwell, and his Report Read to the Congress at Brussels]“, Revue de l’Hypnotisme Expérimentale & Thérapeutique, Vol.12, No.5, (November 1897), pp.137-145.
Bramwell, J.M., „James Braid: His Work and Writings“, Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Vol.12, Supplement, (1896), pp.127-166.
Bramwell, J.M., „Personally Observed Hypnotic Phenomena“, Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Vol.12, Supplement, (1896), pp.176-203.
Bramwell, J.M., „James Braid: Surgeon and Hypnotist“, Brain, Vol.19, No.1, (1896), pp.90-116.
Bramwell, J.M., „On the Evolution of Hypnotic Theory“, Brain, Vol.19, No.4, (1896), pp.459-568.
Bramwell, M., „James Braid: son œuvre et ses écrits [James Braid: His Work and Writings]“, Revue de l’Hypnotisme Expérimentale & Thérapeutique, Vol.12, No.1, (July 1897), pp.27-30; No.2, (August 1897), pp.60-63; (September 1897), pp.87-91.
Bramwell, M., „La Valeur Therapeutique de l’Hypnotisme et de la Suggestion [The Therapeutic Value of Hypnotism and Suggestion]“, Revue de l’Hypnotisme Revue de l’Hypnotisme, Vol.12, No.5, (November 1897), pp.129-137.
Bramwell, J.M., „James Braid et la Suggestion: Réponse à M. le Professeur Bernheim (de Nancy) par M. le Dr. Milne-Bramwell (de Londres) [James Braid and Suggestion: A Response to Professor Bernheim (of Nancy) from Dr. Milne-Bramwell (of London)]“, Revue de l’Hypnotisme Expérimentale & Thérapeutique, Vol.12, No.12, (June 1898), pp.353-361.
Hypnotic and Post-hypnotic Appreciation of Time: Secondary and Multiplex Personalities (1900)
Bramwell, J.M., „Hypnotism: An Outline Sketch – Being a Lecture delivered before the King’s College Medical Society“, The Clinical Journal, Vol.20, No.3, (Wednesday, 7 May 1902), pp.41-45; No.4, (Wednesday, 14 May 1902), pp.60-64.
Bramwell, J.M., Hypnotism: Its History, Practice and Theory, Grant Richards, (London), 1903.
Bramwell, J.M., Hypnotism: Its History, Practice and Theory (Second Edition), De La More Press, (London), 1906.
Hypnotism and Treatment by Suggestion (1910)
Bramwell, J.M., Hypnotism: Its History, Practice and Theory (Third Edition), William Rider & Son, (London), 1913.
Carpenter, W.B., „On the Influence of Suggestion in Modifying and directing Muscular Movement, independently of Volition“, Royal Institution of Great Britain, (Proceedings), 1852, (12 March 1852), pp. 147–153. [26]
Edmonston, W.E., The Induction of Hypnosis, John Wiley & Sons, (New York), 1986.
Gauld, A., A History of Hypnotism, Cambridge University Press, 1992.[27]
Gauld, A., „Braid, James (1795–1860)“, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004.[28]
 Gravitz, M.A. & Gerton, M.I., „Origins of the Term Hypnotism Prior to Braid“, American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, Vol.27, No.2, (October 1984), pp. 107–110.
Kravis NM (October 1988). „James Braid’s psychophysiology: a turning point in the history of dynamic psychiatry“. The American Journal of Psychiatry 145 (10): 1191–206. PMID 3048116.
Simpson, J., „Letter from Mr. Simpson on Hypnotism, and Mr Braid’s Theory of Phreno-Mesmeric Manifestations“, The Phrenological Journal, and Magazine of Moral Science, Vol.17, No.80, (July 1844), pp. 260–272.[29]
Tinterow MM (July 1993). „Satanic agency and mesmerism reviewed–James Braid“. The American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis 36 (1): 3–6. PMID 8368194.
Volgyesi, F.A., „James Braid’s Discoveries and Psycho-Therapeutic Merits“, British Journal of Medical Hypnotism, Vol.3, No.4, (1952), pp. 2–10.
Weitzenhoffer, A.M., Gough, P.B. & Landes, J., „A Study of the Braid Effect: Hypnosis by Visual Fixation“, Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, Vol.47, (January 1959), pp. 67–80.
Williamson, W.C. (Williamson, A.C., ed.), Reminiscences of a Yorkshire Naturalist, George Redway, (London), 1896.[30]


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