Dissociation and Trauma Archives

Hypnotic and post-hypnotic appreciation of time; secondary and multiplex personalities

Title
Hypnotic and post-hypnotic appreciation of time; secondary and multiplex personalities
LC Subject
Hypnotism Dissociation
Creator
Bramwell, J. Milne (John Milne), 1852-
Description
Dr. Bramwell conducted multiple experiments on multiple patients using hypnotism. In each of these experiments the Dr. hypnotized the patient and then suggested that they perform a certain task in a certain number of minutes. In most cases the patient was able to perform the task (or a close proximity) at the preappointed time (or a close proximity). The patient would have no recollection of why they felt the need to perform this task unless they were asked while hypnotized. The Dr. concludes that this was an unconscious measurement of time. Several other doctors either refute or agree with Dr. Bramwell’s conclusions.
Issued
1900
Identifier
diss_bram_hypno_1900
Rights
Public Domain Mark 1.0
Source
University of Oregon Science Library. Brain, vol. 23, p. 161-203.
Language
English
Type
Text
Format
application/pdf
Set
Dissociation and Trauma Archives
Primary Set
Dissociation and Trauma Archives
Institution
University of Oregon
Citation
Bramwell , J.M. (1900) Hypnotic and posthypnotic appreciation of time: Secondary and multiplex personalities. Brain. 23, 161-203.
Contained In Journal
Brain