subconscious perception

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Dimension 5: TIME and LABOR - The prize of "hand-crafted"--the mental notion that someone labored with their bare hands to make something for you, be it beer, furniture, or a Rolls Royce-evokes a subconscious perception of luxury.
Our subconscious perception takes everything in, but only flags those items of known interest to our conscious perception; otherwise we'd be too distracted by the minutia to ever accomplish anything.
I was only 14 years old when I sensed that I had a subconscious perception of what abstract is," Shehadeh said.
So instead of there being a subconscious perception of guilt, she has a chance of a fair trial.
The Bangor psychologists, whose work is published in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, believe they have made an important finding in establishing a link between subconscious perceptions of health and voting choice.
Interestingly, Blink suggests such attitudes do not have to be permanent, that exposure to positive images can result in measurable changes to subconscious perceptions.