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PATHOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF
SUBCONSCIOUSNESS
Dissociation by Hypnotic Suggestion

advised that after awakening he is to give a full account of all that occurred to him while hypnotized, he will do so,., indicating that the mind has made a subconscious record of the facts. We shall give the details of an actual experiment of this kind.
The subject, a woman, was hypnotized. The operator then told her that when she should open her eyes she, would be unable to see him.
Having made these suggestions, he then placed a hat upon his head. She insisted that it was suspended in the air. She was informed that she was unable to see his glasses, and when he moved them about she followed them with her eyes, but insisted that they were not there.

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PATHOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF
SUBCONSCIOUSNESS
Dissociation by Hypnotic Suggestion

He placed a newspaper before her, and, taking his suggestion, she saw neither it nor the hand that held it; yet when his finger pointed to certain words she was quick to pronounce them one after the other. When the paper was taken away, she did not remember having seen it nor know what she had been saying about it.
On awakening at the end of this series of experiments, the subject had no recollection of what had occurred. She was then asked to shut her eyes, and a pen was given her. She was told to try to recollect what had occurred when she was asleep. But she could not remember anything. The pen meanwhile wrote without her knowledge an account of what had occurred.

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