Hippolyte Bernheim  

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Hippolyte Bernheim (Mulhouse, 17 April 1840 – Paris, 22 February 1919) was a French physician and neurologist, born at Mülhausen, Alsace. He is chiefly known for his theory of suggestibility in relation to hypnotism.

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