subception


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subception

(səbˈsɛpʃən)
n
(Psychology) psychol another word for subliminal perception
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(35) Michael Polanyi's explanation of how "subception" works also illuminates the way McCall Smith teaches his readers about Botswana culture: "If we now regard the integration of particulars as an interiorization, it takes on a more positive character.
Rao sketches some important illustrative research examples on this topic, which is a domain now likely to be called by some other names, such as subception. He discusses studies that effectively address major criticisms of subception work, criticisms that sometimes have imposed arbitrary and unfair criteria on the demonstration of such effects.
An experimental analysis of subception. American Journal of Psychology, 69, 625-634.