Physical Control of the Mind:

Toward a Psychocivilized Society

by Jose M. Delgado

Part I
Mental Evolution

Chapter One:
Natural Fate Versus Human Control: The Process of Ecological Liberation and Domination

Part II
The Brain and Mind as Functional Entities

Chapter Seven:
Sensory Dependence of the Adult Mind

Chapter Eight:
Working Hypothesis for the Experimental Study of the Mind

Chapter Nine:
Historical Evolution of Physical Control of the Brain

Part III
Experimental Control of Brain Functions in Behaving Subjects

Chapter Ten:
Physicochemical Bases of Behavioral Activity

Chapter Eleven:
Methodology for Direct Communication with the Brain

Chapter Twelve:
Electrical Stimulation of the Brain (ESB)

Chapter Thirteen:
Motor Responses

Chapter Fourteen:
Hell and Heaven Within the Brain:
The Systems for Punishment and Reward

Chapter Fifteen:
Hallucinations, Recollections, and Illusions in Man

Chapter Sixteen:
Inhibitory Effects in Animals and Man

Part IV
Evaluation of Electrical Control of the Brain

Chapter Seventeen:
Brain Stimulation Triggers Physiological Mechanisms

Chapter Eighteen:
Electrical Activation of the "Will"

Chapter Nineteen:
Characteristics and Limitations of Brain Control

Chapter Twenty:
Medical Applications

Chapter Twenty-One:
Ethical Considerations


About the Author