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The divided-consciousness theory of hypnosis states that hypnosis involves?

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Divided consciousness theory of hypnosis states that the consciousness is separated during hypnosis. This means that the person being hypnotized is both aware and unaware of what is happening because there is a split in the consciousness.

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