This, and his discussion of the effect of consciousness (or, more accurately, mentality, since some psi effects are nonconscious
; e.g., Stanford, 2015) on reality are the strongest aspects of the book, but Radin's grasp of other disciplines is tenuous.
Sophisticated by design: The nonconscious
influence of primed concepts and atmospheric variables on consumer preferences.
According to LeDoux, there is a crucial distinction between an emotion in the neuroscientific sense of a particular nonconscious
process underpinned by specific neural correlates, on the one hand, and the psychological, conscious state of experiencing an emotion, on the other hand.
Cognitive literary studies welcome an array of methods and approaches and have proven especially amenable to developing ideas in the cognitive sciences of the embodied mind, a view of cognition that stretches thinking across the entire body, from brain to elbows to toes, highlighting nonconscious
processes that support rational thinking.
Conscious and nonconscious
comparisons with price anchors: Effects on willingness to pay for related and unrelated products.
The platform incorporates the very best of traditional survey-based research and nonconscious
Conscious processing is only able to focus on a limited number of thoughts for a limited time while the range of nonconscious
processing is vaster.
Williams, Robert 'Processing Information with Nonconscious
Mind.' In: Journal Psyche.
First published between 2007 and 2016, the essays and experimental compositions in this volume draw on critical theory, philosophy, and media studies to examine digital media and computational technologies, neoliberalism, and biopolitics in terms of their impact on nonconscious
, bodily responses or affect, to show how these fields recognize an originary technicity in ongoing processes of denaturalization and their insistence on the indeterminacy immanent to human and other-than-human agencies.
Even at the individual level, spiritually oriented disaster psychology researchers could examine processes occurring both at a conscious level (e.g., assessing via self-report measures) and a nonconscious
level (assessing via indirect or implicit measures; cf.
(28) Ruth Leys states that 'we human beings are corporeal creatures imbued with subliminal affective intensities and resonances that so decisively influence or condition our political and other beliefs that we ignore those affective intensities and resonances at our peril.' (29) Deborah Gould explains that affect indicates 'nonconscious
and unnamed, but nevertheless registered, experiences of bodily energy and intensity that arise in response to stimuli impinging on the body'.
As a result, stronger nonconscious
effects are observed that may lead to erroneous mathematical performance.