Books in this section are related to Book III, Chapter 4, "Hypnosis" in The Origin of Consciousness and the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind. See also, "The Self as Interiorized Social Relations: Applying a Jaynesian Approach to Problems of Agency and Volition" by Brian McVeigh in Reflections on the Dawn of Consciousness.
Suggestion and Autosuggestion
Charles Baudouin, Sun Pub Company.
Hypnotism: Its History, Practice, and Theory
J.M. Bramwell, New York: Julian Press, 1956.
How to Practice Suggestion and Autosuggestion
Emile Coue, Kessinger Publishing Company.
A Clinical Hypnosis Primer
G.J. Pratt, D.P. Wood, and B.M. Alman, John Wiley and Sons, 1988.
The Unconscious: The Fundamentals of Human Personality Normal and Abnormal
Cited by Jaynes on p. 392.
The Corruption of Reality: A Unified Theory of Religion, Hypnosis, and Psychopathology
John F. Schumaker, Prometheus Books, 1995.
This book challenges many of the ideas in the three disciplines of religion, hypnosis, and psychopathology and paves the way for an exciting, far-reaching and unified theory of conscious and unconscious behavior. Schumaker
includes a historical and cross-cultural analysis which shows how reality reconstruction takes place and outlinesthe shortcomings of current psychotherapeutic approaches.