Item #140945911 Hallucinations: Behavior, Experience & Theory. Ronald K. Siegel, Louis Jolyn West.
Hallucinations: Behavior, Experience & Theory
Hallucinations: Behavior, Experience & Theory
Hallucinations: Behavior, Experience & Theory
Hallucinations: Behavior, Experience & Theory
Hallucinations: Behavior, Experience & Theory
Hallucinations: Behavior, Experience & Theory
Hallucinations: Behavior, Experience & Theory
Hallucinations: Behavior, Experience & Theory
Hallucinations: Behavior, Experience & Theory

Hallucinations: Behavior, Experience & Theory

New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1975.

First edition, first printing. [xiii], 322pp. Bound in publisher's black cloth lettered in white. Near Fine with minor wear to extremities, previous owner's name rubbed out with old price on front free endpaper. Contents lightly toned with minor foxing to top fore-edge; slight musty odor. In a Very Good+ dust jacket with minor rubbing to edges, slightly toned overall. Tape ghost marks on verso.

Edited by psychopharmacologist Ronald K. Siegel, an authority on the subject of hallucinations who performed drug experiments on his "psychonauts." He was an expert witness in the murder trial of Hollywood actor Robert Blake. Co-editor Louis Jolyn "Jolly" West is best-known for his work with the CIA human experimentation project MKUltra, his diagnosis of assassin Jack Ruby, and the killing of an elephant named Tusko with LSD in 1962. A fascinating, subversive treatise on the effects of hallucinogens from a psychiatric perspective. Includes twelve examples of hallucinatory artwork in color. Item #140945911

Price: $600.00