Prentice-Hall, 1976 - 234 páginas
Examines and illustrates the widespread use of subliminal imagery and suggestion in all the mass media and the long-term effects of subliminal techniques on the public
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Origins of Human Odor There are two known types of sweat glands in the human
body : eccrine glands, which emit an odorless fluid 99 percent water and 1
percent salt ; and the apocrine glands, distributed over the body but concentrated
We will soon, under such a symbolic barrage, become sensitive to others who
take chances with body odor. And, though we cannot consciously smell our own
bodies (a frustrating problem of body image well understood by the chemical ...
All felt very conscious of a sensitivity toward other people's body odors. ... their
experience, they were "up-tight," "anxious," "apprehensive," "worried," "afraid," "
self-conscious," etc., over being rejected by others because of their body odor.
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Don your tin-foil hats, we're delving into the world of subliminal advertising. "Sex" on a Ritz cracker and penises in the ice cubes of magazine ads. The three stars is strictly for the entertainment value of the book, not the validity of its claims. Hilarious! Leer comentario completo
The Commercial Appropriation of the Unconscious
The Gay Playboys Penthouse
The Fashion Massage
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