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DISSOCIATION AND THE ATTENTION
Meaning of Absent-Mindedness

in the lives of every one of us.Who has not at some time had the experience of suffering great pain from some accident or illness until so diverted by the humorous conversation of friends, or perhaps by some exasperating incident arousing his wrath, as to no longer be aware of even the slightest feeling of discomfort? Yet, when the incident came to an end, the pain would return. A soldier in the heat of battle has been known to hurl himself forward to the charge, knowing nothing of the fact that he had received his death-wound.
All these things show how, in the stress of profound mental activity or intense emotional excitement, the attention refuses to admit to consciousness

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DISSOCIATION AND THE ATTENTION
The News Censorship of Interest

sense-impressions which at another time would be of compelling interest. Under such circumstances, the senses continue mechanically to register impressions, and these impressions continue to be stored away in subconsciousness, perhaps to surprise us at some future day. Consciousness only is restricted to a narrow field.
The same principle is illustrated by the manner in which the mind disregards those familiar sense-impressions which by experience it knows to be of no interest. The business man in his downtown office does not even hear the roar of traffic on the street., But if he is compelled to return to work at his desk at night he will at once mark the unusual stillness. Throughout the day his

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