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suggestible

easily influenced by ideas provided by other persons
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In 1972, she was assessed when she was 15 years old and was found to be someone who failed to understand "what was really being said to her" and was "terribly suggestible".
This way of suggestion is called emotional suggestibility, as she was observed emotional suggestible through finger spreading technique.
Yet Tomas Visek seems to be in his element--under his magical fingers, each movement transforms into a suggestible musical picture.
Eat fruits like apple, mangoes, pomegranates and pears are best suggestible.
"First, we looked more closely at the processing of visual stimuli." In an experiment, they divided participants into three groups: individuals who were very suggestible, i.
as research has indicated, young children are particularly suggestible, the issue of how child forensic interviews are conducted has become increasingly important.
For I have many issues with much of the current "scene" and humanity in general: a cowed and suggestible bunch.
If they weren't inherently weak, morally suggestible, and all-out power hungry, the world would be a paradise right now.
They also know that overzealous officers sometimes convince suspects--often very young, ill-educated, suggestible ones--to make false confessions.
It is suggestible that women should be encouraged to make use of their education in the field of business and entrepreneurship.
Postal Service teammate Floyd Landis (Jesse Plemons), whose transition from suggestible young buck to whistle-blowing martyr is the most emotionally loaded arc of this coolheaded affair.
(They tell you to go to the White House too, obviously, and stuff like that, but they also tell you to go to Five Guys.) Being a suggestible type, I did and it was splendid.