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is so dissociated from the stream o f consciousness that he is neither able to recall it nor to recognize it as belonging to his past. Another is the paralysis of anesthesia shown in cases of hysteria.
In the former type, the dissociation might be said to be a dissociation of conscious experiences, since it amounted to a setting off to one side of a vast number of experiences of which the individual was conscious at the time that they occurred but which by this dissociative process have become detached from his normal personality. In the latter type, the type of anesthesia, dissociation takes place simultaneously with the experience itself, so that the individual never at any time becomes conscious of it.

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It is important to bear in mind that dissociation is a normal function of the mind, and, as a selective agency complementary to attention, enables the individual to adapt himself to the incessant changes of environment. It is only when the activity of this dissociating mechanism becomes enormously exaggerated or deranged that it is properly termed abnormal. That such disturbances are purely functional and indicate no brain defect is demonstrated by the cases cited in our last chapter evidencing the fact that these dissociations can be produced and removed by hypnotic suggestion. Obviously, a suggested idea could not be accepted and acted upon, if there was not a normal bodily mechanism.

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