Psychosurgery: Intelligence, Emotion and Social Behavior Following Prefrontal Lobotomy for Mental Disorders. Walter Freeman, James W. Watts.
Psychosurgery: Intelligence, Emotion and Social Behavior Following Prefrontal Lobotomy for Mental Disorders
Psychosurgery: Intelligence, Emotion and Social Behavior Following Prefrontal Lobotomy for Mental Disorders
Psychosurgery: Intelligence, Emotion and Social Behavior Following Prefrontal Lobotomy for Mental Disorders

Psychosurgery: Intelligence, Emotion and Social Behavior Following Prefrontal Lobotomy for Mental Disorders

Springfield, Illinois & Baltimore: Charles C. Thomas, 1942.

First edition. 337, (1) pp. Navy Holliston Sturdite lettered in gilt. Very Good+ in rare original two-sided dust jacket, a little soiled and edge-worn. Light wear to bottom board, very slight wrinkling to endpapers, bookseller's ticket to paste down.

The primary published work of the controversial Dr. Walter J. Freeman, extolling the virtues of the lobotomy, the procedure that he would become world-famous for performing. Watts, his co-author and partner, would leave their practice in 1950 over objections to the cruelty of Freeman's methods. (Heirs of Hippocrates 2334.). Item #180702005

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