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Research is underway to confirm the difference between "consciousness" and "unconsciousness" through

Updated: May 29, 2022

(Cognitive science) In coaching, rewriting the unconscious is a powerful means of achieving the goal.

By studying "Study of Consciousness", I would like to think about my method and the coaching theory, such as unconscious rewriting.

This series of blog posts is my study note.


In the 1990s, cognitive psychologists realized that they could make sturdy consciousness by contrasting conscious and unconscious states.

We now know how to hide images, words, or even videos.

(This concrete example will be in an article at a later date)

What's happening in the image of images, words, videos, etc., in the brain?

Cognitive psychologists have become able to highlight the outline of consciousness by carefully determining the unconscious ability and range, as in the case of negative-positive relationships.

In addition, the introduction of brain imaging has created a solid experimental base for studying the mechanisms of the brain that form consciousness.

By observing changes in the brain focusing on the minimum contrast between the conscious and the unconscious, the experimenter cuts off the extra brain function observed in both the conscious and unconscious actions.

You can now focus on the brain events that indicate the transition from the unconscious to conscious.


When I was in my fifties, I had an eye disease called central retinopathy, and my left eye still looks distorted, but when I look at it with both eyes, I can't see the distortion. If you use only the opposite right eye, it will look distorted like the left eye.

If I look closely, it seems that the left and right distortions are the targets, and they complement each other. So it looks normal with both eyes. The right eye is normal, but it looks distorted when viewed only by the right eye.

I think this is because the unconscious regulates the appearance of my brain.

Cognitive psychology has discovered an experimental method. Observing slight differences between the conscious and the unconscious clarifies the differences between the two.

This time I talked a little about the coordination of my eyes as an example.

Next time, we will proceed with the "Binocular Vision Struggle" theme.

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