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PATHOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF
SUBCONSCIOUSNESS
Experiments of Doctor Prince

feels, perceives and remembers sensations without being conscious of it.
For example, the hysteric may be afflicted with total blindness and may stare about him with dull, unseeing eyes, yet if he be hypnotized the visual images of all the objects that he has been unable to see will be found to be remembered, showing that the retina and the optic nerve, the sense of. sight, has all along performed its full duty, but that the sensations resulting were dissociated from consciousness.
A characteristic instance of this is recorded by Dr. Morton Prince in "The Dissociation of a Personality," as follows:
" Mrs. E. B. met with an accident," and as a result had a complete hys-

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