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Josh Fischman: Welcome to Science, Quickly, a Scientific American podcast series. I’m Josh Fischman, Scientific American Senior Health editor. Is it possible for one person to have several completely different personalities? I’ve seen movies and read books that claim that this happens, but is it real? To answer…

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