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PATHOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF
SUBCONSCIOUSNESS
Experiments of Janet and Binet

enough to say that a hypnotized person is not bewitched, is not asleep, but only
in a state of concentrated attention.
The experiments of Janet and Binet, distinguished French scientists, have ' shown that in these hysterical cases the sense-impressions are actually received and are retained in a subconsciousness that can be " tapped and made to testify to its existence in various ways."
One method of "tapping this sub consciousness" makes use of the customary inability of these hysterics to give attention to more than one thing or one person at a time-a fact which in itself indicates that while the senses may operate in their usual mechanical fashion, the field of consciousness is restricted.

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PATHOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF
SUBCONSCIOUSNESS
Experiments of Janet and Binet

Thus, speaking of one of his subjects, M. Janet says: " When Lucie was talking directly with any person she was no longer able to hear anyone else. You may stand behind her, call her by name, shout abuse into her ears, without making her turn around; or place yourself before her, show her objects, touch her, etc., without attracting her notice. When finally she becomes aware of you, she thinks you have just come into the room again and greets you accordingly."
Now, with this person, and others like her, it has been found that if one step quietly up behind them while they are absorbed in conversation with some one else and whisper in their ear telling them to do some simple thing, such as to

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