Latest Unconscious mind Stories
Dr. Kathleen Mojas has been helping clients update their mind maps for success, love and even better health for 20 years.
Determining whether a person is telling the truth or lying might be easier than you think, thanks to automatic associations made in the unconscious mind, according to new research appearing in the online edition of the journal Psychological Science.
Researchers have found that we can actually read words and phrases or even solve multi-step mathematical problems without our having been consciously aware of them.
Researchers have reportedly discovered a link between Sigmund Freud's theory of unconscious conflict and conscious symptoms experienced by individuals suffering from phobias and other anxiety disorders.
Psychologists at Bangor University believe that they have glimpsed for the first time, a process that takes place deep within our unconscious brain, where primal reactions interact with higher mental processes.
New University of Otago research suggests that when non-religious people think about their own death they become more consciously skeptical about religion, but unconsciously grow more receptive to religious belief.
New Johns Hopkins research shows that medical students — just like the general American population — may have unconscious if not overt preferences for white people, but this innate bias does not appear to translate into different or lesser health care of other races.
A new University of Alberta study says when it comes to goal setting, your unconscious mind can be a great motivator.
There is a tiny period of time between the registration of a visual stimulus by the unconscious mind and our conscious recognition of it â€” between the time we see an apple and the time we recognize it as an apple.
Subliminal messaging is most effective when the message being conveyed is negative, according to new research funded by the Wellcome Trust.