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MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES
Secondary Personalities

In the examples of abnormal dissociation we have thus far considered, the process has never gone beyond the failure to perceive or the inability to recall certain necessary sensory experiences. Such abnormal dissociations may, however, become so complete that the unperceived or lost experiences assume a systematic or organized form. We then have the phenomenon of abnormal life known as "secondary personality." By this is meant a separate group of mental states contemporaneous with the primary personality, but not connected with it by any power of conscious recollection.
" Secondary Personalities" have all the reality of another person with distinct traits and peculiarities inhabiting

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MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES
The Case of "Madame B"

the body contemporaneously with the The Case of true owner. Each group of mental states, each form of consciousness, has its own individuality and its own memory, but knows nothing of the existence of the other except through information gathered from outside sources. Illustrations will make this clear.
One of the most famous cases of this sort is that of Madame B., of which Professor Janet's study and account has become historic. In this case the dissociation of mental states developed three distinct personalities, which are best described in Professor Janet's own words, as recorded by Mr. F. W. H. Myers :
" In these researches Mme. B., in her everyday condition is known by the

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