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DISSOCIATION AND THE ATTENTION
Utilizing The Lessons of Experience

character of what we are able to recall, and upon the intensity and variety and complexity of our associations depends the quantity. Upon the reasonable cooperation of all these influences, together with the unfailing recognition of the past as past, depend the preservation of our normal mental life and ftr ability to appropriate and utilize to the highest degree for present needs the lessons of experience.
In all forms of "thinking," from the most listless reverie to the most intense volitional reasoning, association holds sway as the determining factor in the process. The only difference is that in reverie the attention swings freely from subject to subject at the instance of the passing whim, while in volitional

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