l17 - The unconscious Children perceive inaccurately are...

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Tom Farsides ATP PAID 5: Biological Aspects of Personality The unconscious “Children perceive inaccurately, are very little conscious of their inner states and retain fallacious recollections of occurrences. Many adults are hardly better.” Murray (1938, p. 15)
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Tom Farsides ATP PAID 5: Biological Aspects of Personality Lecture contents Pervin’s illustrative phenomena Subliminal perception Subliminal conditioning Automaticity The psychdynamic unconscious Telling more than we can know
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Tom Farsides ATP PAID 5: Biological Aspects of Personality Pervin’s “illustrative phenomena” 1. Subliminal perception 2. Implicit memory 3. Dissociative phenomena 4. Blindsight 5. Hypnosis 6. Subliminal listening 7. Telling more than we know 8. Implicit conditioning 9. Automatic processing 10. Repression 11. Implicit thought
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Tom Farsides ATP PAID 5: Biological Aspects of Personality 1. Subliminal perception Drawn “nature scene” had more “ducks” after subliminal prime (Eagle et al., 1966. See also Poetzl, 1917) Self-esteem and memory tapes equally believed but not shown to be effective (Greenwald et al., 1991) Only “habitual” responses to subliminal perception.
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Tom Farsides ATP PAID 5: Biological Aspects of Personality 8. Subliminal conditioning (Diven, 1937) Participants presented with word and then told to say whatever word came to mind. Responses to the prime “Barn” (CS) were accompanied by an electric shock (US). All participants showed anxiety (GSR) to “barn”: UR CR. Only half of the participants could identify that the word
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