Synaesthesia and Hypnotism in the Great War

The following article doesn’t appear to have originated in New Zealand (appearing a few months earlier in The Register (Adelaide, SA)) but aside from this and it’s publication in the Wanganui Chronicle any evidence of it’s existence seems to fallen off the face of the earth and we feel it would be a crime to let so lively a description of what at the time were pioneering fields of human enquiry to not be brought to wider attention


Wanganui Chronicle, Volume LX, Issue 16986, 14 May 1917, Page 3

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With thanks to the National Library of New Zealand


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