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    Consciousness States of Consciousness
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    Consciousness The conscious mind Levels of consciousness Freudian theory Cognitive Theory Evidence of the unconscious Perception Memory Action Hypnosis
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    The Conscious Mind Characteristics of consciousness Subjective and private Dynamic (ever changing) Self-reflective and central to sense of self Connected to process of selective attention Role of the conscious mind Over-riding the automatic Dealing with novel situations
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    Freudian Theory
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    Cognitive Theory Levels of information processing Controlled (Conscious) processing:   mental activities that involve conscious use  of attention and effort Unconscious (Automatic) processing:   mental activities that occur with minimal or  no conscious control or awareness
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    Unconscious & Perception Perceptual process not consciously controlled
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