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name of Leonie. In the hypnotic trance she has chosen for herself the name of
Leontine, which thus represents her secondary personality. Behind these two, this triple personality is completed by a mysterious Leonore, who may for the present be taken as nonexistent. post-hypnotic suggestion was given to Leontine, that is to say, Leonie was hypnotized and straightway became Leon. tine, and Leontine was told by Prof, Janet that after the trance was over, and Leonie had resumed her ordinary life, she, Leontine, was to take off her apron-the joint apron of Leonie and Leontine-and then to tie it on again, The trance was stopped, Leonie was awakened, and conducted Prof. Janet to the door, talking with her usual

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respectful gravity on ordinary topics. Meantime, her hands-the joint hands of Leonie and Leontine-untied her apron, the joint apron, and took it off. Prof. Janet called Leonie's attention to the loosened apron. `Why, my apron is coming off !' Leonie exclaimed, and, with full consciousness and intention, she tied it on again. She then continued to talk, and for her-Leoniethe incident was over. The apron, she supposed, had somehow came untied, and she had retied it. This, however, was not enough for Leontine. At Leontine's prompting, the joint hands again began their work, and the apron was taken off again and again replaced, this time without Leonie's attention having been directed to the matter at all.

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