LevelFile
Ref NoStev/001/10
TitleResearch Material II
Date2004
Extent1-Folder
DescriptionVarious printed and handwritten material on Dreammachine collected by David Stevens for his personal research on Major Hopkins' PoW dreams.

Included is:

Booklet entitled 'Dreamachine Plans' created by Brion Gysin (1992), Temple Press, Sussex
Reprint entitled 'Dream Machine' by Brion Gibson from The Best of Olympia, No.107 pp. 18-27 (no date)
Reprint entitled 'The Ticket That Exploded' by William Burroughs pp.140-145
Printed web page entitled 'Brion Gysin's Dreamachine' (4 pages) from http://www.10111.org/dreamachine 15/10/04
Photocopied pages from Nature, Oct 19, 1946 Vol.158 including 'Analysis of the Electrical Response of the Human Cortex to Photic Stimulation' by W.Grey Walter, V.J. Dovey and H.Shipton
Photocopied article from the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 3, Feb.1953 entitled 'The Mescaline Phenomona' by J.R.Smythies
Photocopied article from the British Journal of Psychology (1958) entitled 'The Stroboscopic Patterns I. The Dark Phase' by J.R.Smythies
Photocopied article from the British Journal of Psychology (1958) entitled 'The Stroboscopic Patterns II. The Phenomenology of the Bright Phase and After-Images ' by J.R.Smythies
Photocopied article from the British Journal of Psychology (1960) entitled 'The Stroboscopic Patterns III. Further Experiments and Discussion' by J.R.Smythies
Photocopied article from the British Journal of Neurophysiology, 4 (1941) entitled 'Flicker Potentials and the Alpha Rytham in Man' by James Toman
Photocopied article from Electro- encephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 1 (1949) entitled 'The Central Effects of Rythmic Sensory Stimulation' by V.J.Walter and W.Grey Walter
FormatTextual Material
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LanguageEnglish
Related MaterialMajor Hopkins' diaries
RelatedRecordVALEN/1/4
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AccessStatusOpen
Location13: BPS History of Psychology Centre, London
RulesDescription compiled in line with the following: ISAD (G) General International Standard Archival Description MAD3 Third Edition 2000
ArchNoteCompiled by Mike Maskill BPS Archivist for the History of Psychology Centre.
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