Dissociation and Trauma Archives

Duplex personality. an essay on the analogy between hypnotic phenomena and certain experiences of the normal consciousness.

Title
Duplex personality. an essay on the analogy between hypnotic phenomena and certain experiences of the normal consciousness.
LC Subject
Dissociation Automatism Hypnotism Music
Creator
Barkworth, Thomas.
Description
The author, Barkworth, compares actions done by people in hypnotic states. He distinguishes between mental or physical actions and voluntary, automatic or intuitive actions. Barkworth reviews several of these types of cases, occurring with or without hypnotism. A few of these cases also involve automatic writing. One case in particular involves a patient’s ability to learn music and perform it at a later time with or without the written music notes.
Issued
1889
Identifier
diss_bark_duple_1889
Rights
Public Domain Mark 1.0
Source
University of Oregon Knight Library, BF 1011. I4. Society for Psychical Research, vol. 6, p. 84-97.
Language
English
Type
Text
Format
application/pdf
Set
Dissociation and Trauma Archives
Primary Set
Dissociation and Trauma Archives
Institution
University of Oregon
Citation
Barkworth, T. (1889 ) Duplex personality: An essay on the analogy between hypnotic phenomena and certain experiences of the normal consciousness. Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research. 6, 84-97.
Contained In Journal
Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research