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Mood Congruency Recall and It’s Effect on Communication

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The Effect of Mood Valence on Memory Recall and Communication. Have you ever noticed that when you are depressed that pretty much everything seems depressing? You may look at a couple happily walking down the street and all you are … Continue reading

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David J. Parnell’s Introduction To Sleight of Mouth Patterns | Part 2 of 2 | The Quantum Nature Of A Thought’s Linguistic Perimeter

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The word quantum is Latin and means “how great” or “how much.” Now in quantum mechanics, it refers to a discrete (specific) unit (measurement) that quantum theory assigns to certain quantities, such as the energy of an atom at rest. … Continue reading

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Getting Real About Eye Accessing Cues | Part 3 of 3 | Horizontal Visual, Auditory/A.Digital and Kinesthetic Positions

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In my previous post we discussed the vertical activation and redistribution of images through the upper, middle and lower fields of vision. The other and more important component for the purpose of accurate “lie detection” is the horizontal activation. Rather … Continue reading

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Getting Real About Eye Accessing Cues | Part 1 of 3 | What Exactly Are They?

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The term Eye Accessing Cues refers to the positioning of the eye balls in certain areas when “accessing” information internally. They are based on certain criteria that generally revolve around the VAK predicate system with the addition of a category … Continue reading

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