other followers sitting: Paul Richer ; Charles Féré ; Pierre Marie ; Alix Joffroy ; Édouard Brissaud ; Paul Berbez ; Jean-Baptiste Charcot ; Mathias Duval ; Maurice Debove ; Philippe Burty ; Victor Cornil ; Édouard Lelorrain ; Théodule Ribot ; Georges Guinon ; Léon Le Bas ; Albert Gombault ; Paul Arène ; Jules Claretie ; Alfred-Joseph Naquet ; Désiré-Magloire Bourneville ; Gilbert Ballet ; Romain Vigouroux ; Henry Berbez ; Henry Parrineau.
English: Professor Jean-Martin Charcot teaching at the Salpêtrière in Paris, France showing his students a woman ("Blanche" (Marie) Wittman) in an hysterical fit". Wittman is supported by Charcot's student Joseph Babinski.
Français : Enseignement de Charcot à la Salpêtrière : le professeur montrant à ses élèves sa plus fidèle patiente, « Blanche » (Marie) Wittman, en crise d'hystérie.
Čeština: Charcotova demonstrace hypnózy na přednášce
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