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PATHOLOGICAL EVIDENCES OF
SUBCONSCIOUSNESS
The Ansel Bourne Case

This case is by no means unique. It is given here in preference to others because the facts are vouched for by menn of distinction in the scientific world.
Instances of this kind could be multiplied indefinitely. They illustrate the splitting-off from normal consciousness and from voluntary recall of a multitude o f sensations which ought to be inseparably associated with the present.
These instances are exaggerated manifestations of that dissociation which is a characteristic of memory and normal mental activity. Such abnormal dissociation sometimes becomes habitual. It then results in that remarkable phenomena, the subject of much recent investigation and discussion, the "secondary personality."

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CHAPTER III
MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES
Phases of Personality

THE subject of secondary and multiple personalities includes many phenomena that were once regarded as mystifying and uncanny. Today the veil of occultism has been snatched away . and we know the secondary personality for what it is, simply the symptom of a disordered mental mechanism, the personification of dissociation run wild.
The word "personality" has a variety of meanings. Commonly it denotes those individual characteristics

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