Truth About Subliminal Programs
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Peripheral Desk Reference - I & J
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Ionescu, M. D. (1993). Hypermnesia for subliminal stimuli, City U New York, US.
Jackson, J.M. (1982). A comparison of the effects of subliminally presented fantasies of merger with each parent on the pathology of male and female schizophrenics. New York University. Dissertation Abstracts International, 43 (5-B), pp 1616-1617. ISSN: 0419-4209.
Jackson, J.M. (1983). Effects of subliminal stimulation of oneness fantasies on manifest pathology in male vs. female schizophrenics. Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease, 17 (5), pp 280-289. ISSN: 0022-3018.
Jonathan Jackson examined the effects of subliminally activated fantasies
of oneness with each parent on the manifest pathology of schizophrenic
men and women.
The results for symbiotic stimulation show that;
Jacoby, L. L. and K. Whitehouse (1989). "An illusion of memory: False recognition influenced by unconscious perception." Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 118(2): 126-135.
Two studies were conducted by the researchers demonstrating that an illusion of memory can be generated by unconscious perception. Unconscious influences are discussed in relation to the attribution process.
Jacoby, L. L., J. P. Toth, et al. (1992). Lectures for a layperson: Methods for revealing unconscious processes. Perception without awareness: Cognitive, clinical, and social perspectives. T. S. P. Robert F. Bornstein, Guilford Press, New York, NY, US: 81-120.
(from the chapter) the importance of subjective experience / present evidence to show that subjective experience is constructed and reflects an unconscious inference or attribution process / argue that awareness is a prerequisite for conscious control and that an important function of conscious control is to oppose unconscious influences / describe the methodological advantages of arranging a situation such that consciously controlled and unconscious processes act in opposition to one another /// describe the process dissociation procedure and show how it can be used to derive separate quantitative estimates of consciously controlled and unconscious processes / discuss the advantages of separating the contributions of conscious and unconscious processes within a task as compared to focusing on dissociations between tasks and identifying tasks with particular types of processes / (conclude) by identifying unconscious influences with automaticity and by emphasizing parallels between unconscious perception and effects produced by dividing attention.
Jacoby, L. L. and C. M. Kelley (1992). "A process-dissociation framework for investigating unconscious influences: Freudian slips, projective tests, subliminal perception, and signal detection theory." Current Directions in Psychological Science 1(6): 174-179.
Unconscious processes can be treated in a similar manner to signal detection theory.
Jeffmar, M. (1976).Ways of cognitive action: A study of syncretism, flexibility and exactness. Lund University. Psychological Research Bulletin, NO. 1 (Mono series), 47 pages.
Marianne Jeffmar studied the relationships among syncretism, flexibility
and exactness, variables of the Gestalt Completion Test (GCT) and susceptibility
to subliminal stimulation.
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Jennings, L.B. & George, S.G. (1975). Perceptual vigilance and defense revisited: Evidence against Blum's psychoanalytic theory of subliminal perception. Occidental College. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 41 (3), pp 723-729.
G.S. Blum's interpretation of psychoanalytic theory leads him to predict
that subjects will defend against a threatening stimulus which is just
below a recognition threshold and be vigilant toward the same stimulus
when it is farther below the same threshold.
John, C. H. (1989). Subliminal perception and the cognitive processing of emotion, U Reading, England.
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