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NORMAL PROCESSES OF DISSOCIATION
Classes of Experience

Some facts of experience are for a time so active as to be continually thrust forward into consciousness, even against our will, so that we " can think of nothing else," but within a week we cannot for the life of us remember what they were. A popular air gets to " running through our heads," and for a day we sing it, we hum it, we whistle it, until our friends are no more tired of hearing it than we are, and in a week we try to recall the name of the song and it has slipped our memory.
Other experiences are so closely bound up with our present interest and activities that we can call them forth at any moment without appreciable effort. Still others come "to mind"-that is, to our consciousness-only with hard

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