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Discusses linguistic infantilism as a consequence of cerebral illness in adults.
Proposes to correct the impression, that hallucinations are simulations, as represented in M. Prince's (1906) article, "Are there hypnotic hallucinations?' Suggests that hypnotic hallucinations are neither sensory experiences, nor simulations, but are genuine delusions.
Studied certain types of hysteria from the point of view of the dissociated personality; and conversely, the dissociated personality from the point of view of hysteria. The method used was entirely clinical. 20 cases were selected for observation, to recognize the essential clinical...
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