Subliminal priming

Luis luis at anachreon.co.uk
Mon Oct 9 06:07:10 CDT 2006


Hiya,

What application do you have in mind? (Ooops... :) I was thinking of the 
  goggles you can get which have software controllable shutters 
(polarisation). Would they be of any use?

Cheers,

Luis.


David Glasgow wrote:
> 
> 
> On 4 Oct 2006, at 3:46 pm, Ian Wood wrote:
> 
>> Going OT a bit, I thought 'brief flash' priming had been debunked as 
>> having any substantial effect?
> 
> Oh no no no.  Very exciting and expanding area of the psychology of 
> person perception.  Lots of research showing incredibly fast processing 
> and influence of stimuli presented subliminally.
> 
> Phil Jimmieson contacted me off list (in fact, "on phone') and said that 
> he had struggled with controlling v fast presentations accurately. 
>  Looks like I need a good CRT and all my ducks nicely lined up before 
> sending 'show to x in Yms' and 'hide to x in Zms' immediately afterwards.
> 
> If I discover anything interesting or valuable, I will post again.
> 
> 
> Best Wishes,
> 
> David Glasgow
> Carlton Glasgow Partnership
> 
> http://www.i-psych.co.uk
> 
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