NY: John Wiley and Sons. (1975). Medical/scientific study of hallucinations edited by two UCLA professors, one of them the Chair of the Department of Psychiatry, the other a professor in the Department of Psychology. With a number of color images by David Sheridan and Yando (Hildebrando de Rios), a Peruvian artist who was the son of a Peruvian ayahuasca healer; the images attempt to represent various hallucinations including the visual imagery induced by different drugs, such as marihuana and LSD. Creasing to prelims, tap to spine base; a very good copy in a very good dust jacket. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. (Inventory #: 032823)
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