Insanity is no exception to the rule which requires a knowledge of the normal as an indispensable preliminary to a knowledge of the abnormal. This book, published in 1901, aimed to provide the first systematic examination of the disorders of the mind as arranged and correlated with the normal types from which they arringly depart.
Table of Contents
1. Sensation 2. Thought 3. Volition 4. Memory 5. Pleasure and Pain 6. Subject-Consciousness
Charles Arthur Mercier was Lecturer in Insanity at the Westminster Hospital Medical School and the London Medical School for Women.