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CHAPTER V
DISSOCIATION AND THE ATTENTION
Range of Attention Activity

THERE are two states of mind that peculiarly illustrate attention and dissociation as complementary processes. These two states of mind also offer interesting and indisputable evidence of the facts ,we have placed before you. One of these states of mind is the condition known as abstraction or absorption. The other is sleep. Both are simply degrees of limitation of the field of consciousness.
During our waking moments there

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DISSOCIATION AND THE ATTENTION
Range of Attention Activity

are times when the dissociative faculty and conversely and consequently the attention as an emphasizing agency are more active than at other times. The degrees of this activity range from the most intense absorption in the business in hand to the sort of relaxed daydreaming in which we allow our thoughts to wander here and there at the call of every association that incoming sense-impressions or a capricious reproduction of memory pictures may arouse. In each type all the senses may be awake, but in the former the attention, like a watchful sentinel, is alert to guard the mind of consciousness against all sensory impressions not provided with the countersign of relevancy, while in the latter the sentinel

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