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Subliminal Seduction by Wilson Bryan Key.
The Clam-Plate Orgy and other Subliminal Techniques for Manipulating Your Behavior by
Wilson Bryan Key
Media Sexploitation by Wilson Bryan Key
The Age of Manipulation: The Con in Confidence, the Sin in Sincere by
Wilson Bryan Key
The Hidden Persuaders by V. Packard
Brain Lateralization and Rescripting by T.H. Budzynski
Subliminal Perception: The Nature of a Controversy by Norman Dixon
Preconscious Processing by Norman F. Dixon
Man and his Symbols by Carl G. Jung
The Psychology of the Consciousness by Robert E. Ornstein
Perception without Awareness: Cognitive, Clinical and Social Perspectives by
Robert Bornstein, Thane S. Pittman (Editor), 1992
Subliminal Communication by E. Taylor, Normal Anderson (Editor)
Subliminal Learning: An Eclectic Approach by E. Taylor
Left Brain, Right Brain by S. Springer and Georg Deutsch
Implicit Cognition by G. Underwood