subliminal


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subliminal

1. resulting from processes of which the individual is not aware
2. (of stimuli) less than the minimum intensity or duration required to elicit a response

subliminal

[sə′blim·ə·nəl]
(physiology)
Below the threshold of responsiveness, consciousness, or sensation to a stimulus.
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Followers and fans of our Subliminal nights always urged us to do it.
Prins was a clubland hit machine with alias' like Subliminal Cuts, Peppermint Lounge, La Luna, Artemisia and Movin Melodies all attributed to him.
That's pretty impressive proof, and subliminal advertising immediately became a craze.
Further, a study from the University of South Carolina conducted three studies to examine whether subliminal priming brand names remains successful under marketplace conditions.
The app displays the images that reflect their dreams and life goals, creates the emotional connection necessary and uses daily subliminal visualization, which taps into the hidden potential of the subconscious mind.
The app integrates the power of subliminal messaging and the manifesting tool of vision boards.
Sin embargo, apenas se encuentran referencias acerca de un tipo concreto de publicidad, la publicidad subliminal, que por el contrario si ha sido profusamente investigada desde la Psicologia y el Marketing.
Asi, el problema de investigacion que aqui se formula es el siguiente: ?Es el estado de animo que experimentan los participantes en el momento de la mera exposicion subliminal, un factor de influencia en la formacion de actitudes hacia un logo?
There are hundreds of websites dedicated to exposing subliminal messages in kids' cartoons and Disney films, but the real Q is: Do you believe they exist?
Little research has been conducted about the effect of affect on implicit and explicit correspondence, especially at the subliminal level, so that it is uncertain whether or not positive affect also maintains, and negative affect decreases, this correspondence.
The goal of this work is to introduce information hiding techniques, particularly subliminal channels and steganography, to enable vehicles to send reports about misbehaving ones.
Samuel, Freud on Madison Avenue: Motivation Research and Subliminal Advertising in America, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010, 218 pp., $22.76 (hardcover).