Heinrich Obersteiner - bibliography

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Biography

Austrian neurologist, born November 13, 1847, Vienna; died November 19, 1922, Vienna.

Bibliography

  • Der Hypnotismus. Klinische Zeit- und Streitfragen, Vienna, 1887.
  • Anleitung beim Studium des baues der nervösen Centralorgane im gesunden und kranken Zustande.
    Leipzig and Vienna, 1888; 5th editon, 1912.
    Translated English, French, Italian, and Russian.
  • Die Lehre vom Hypnotismus. Leipzig and Vienna, 1893.
  • Funktionelle und organische Nervenkrankheiten.
    Grenzfragen Nerv. Und Seelenleben. Wiesbaden, 1900.
  • Zur vergleichenden Psychologie der verschiedenen Sinnesqualitäten.
    Wiesbaden, 1905.
  • Die Krankheiten des Rückenmarks. With Emil Redlich.
    In: Wilhelm Ebstein (1836-1912) and Gustav Albert Schwalbe (1844-1916), publishers: Handbuch der praktischen Medizin, in Verbindung mit Zahlreichen Gelehrten. Stuttgart, 1906. This may be wrong and it was published in Wiesbaden fra 1899.

  • Die progressive allgemeine Paralyse. Vienna and Leipzig, 1908.
  • Die Sinnestäuschungen.
    Handbuch der ärztlichen Sachverst. Tätigkeit, volume 4, Stuttgart, 1910.
  • Makroskopische Untersuchung des Zentralnervensystems.
    In Emil Abderhalden (1877-1950), publisher: Handbuch der biologischen Arbeitsmethoden, part 8, T. 1; Berlin and Vienna, Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1924.
We thank Rudolf Kleinert, Bad Reichenhall, Germany, for information submitted.

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