unconscious

(Learning Modules / Psychology / Measuring the unmeasurable) Part of the mind containing information that is hard to bring into conscious awareness.

Unconscious

In Freudian terms, the largest part of our mind of which we are unaware. The unconscious contains our instincts, passions, fears and traumas. These form the basis of neuroses such as hysterias, phobias, compulsions, anxieties and panic disorders.
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Unconscious

• (a.) Having no knowledge by experience; -- followed by of; as, a mule unconscious of the yoke. • (a.) Not conscious; having no consciousness or power of mental perception; without cerebral appreciation; hence, not knowing or regarding; ignorant; as, an unconscious man. • (a.) Not known or apprehended by consciousness; as, an uncons...
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unconscious

(әn-kon┬┤shәs) insensible; incapable of responding to sensory stimuli and of having subjective experiences. the part of the mind that is not readily accessible to conscious awareness by ordinary means but whose existence may be manifested in symptom formation, in dreams, or under the influence o...
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unconscious

1. Not conscious. ... 2. In psychoanalysis, the psychic structure comprising the drives and feelings of which one is unaware. ... Synonym: insensible. ... Collective unconscious, in Jungian psychology, the combined engrams or memory potentials inherited from an individual's phylogenetic past. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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unconscious

adjective without conscious volition
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unconscious

[Adjective] Being unaware of what is happening around you.
Example: The boy was found unconscious in a ditch.
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Unconscious

According to Ed. v. Hartmann (q.v.) the united unconscious will and unconscious idea -- K.F.L.
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Unconscious

experiences which become too difficult to confront and so become hidden from the surface workings of life
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unconscious

In psychoanalysis, a part of the personality of which the individual is unaware, and which contains impulses or urges that are held back, or repressed, from conscious awareness
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unconscious

lacking awareness and the capacity for sensory perception
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Unconscious

that part of our psyche which talks in urges, imaginal symbols, knowings, irrational fears, of which we are unaware or partially aware; distinguished in this book from the conscious (what we tell ourselves is going on), the subconscious (what we could be aware of quite easily, were we more awake) and the superconscious (our sense of spirit, our cen...
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Unconscious

That part of the mind or mental functioning of which the content is only rarely subject to awareness
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Unconscious

The domain of the psyche that stores repressed urges and primitive impulses.
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Unconscious

thoughts, memories, impulses, desires, and feelings which we are not aware of but influence our emotions and behavior in some subtle way.
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Unconscious

thoughts, memories, impulses, desires, and feelings which we are not aware of but influence our emotions and behavior in some subtle way.
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unconscious

Type: Term Pronunciation: ŭn-kon′shŭs Definitions: 1. Not conscious. 2. In psychoanalysis, the psychic structure comprising the drives and feelings of which one is unaware. Synonyms: insensible1
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unconscious

unconscious 1. Not conscious or knowing within oneself; unaware, heedless. 2. Not characterized by, or endowed with, the faculty or presence of consciousness. 3. In psychology, applied to mental or psychic processes of which a person is not aware but which have a powerful effect on his attitudes and behavior; specifically, in Freud's psychoanalyt...
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unconscious

unconscious, in psychology, that aspect of mental life that is separate from immediate consciousness and is not subject to recall at will. Sigmund Freud regarded the unconscious as a submerged but vast portion of the mind. In his view, the unconscious was composed of the id, which accounts for insti...
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Unconscious

Unconscious: 1. Interruption of awareness of oneself and one's surroundings, lack of the ability to notice or respond to stimuli in the environment. A person may become unconscious due to oxygen deprivation, shock, central nervous system depressants such as alcohol and drugs, or injury. 2. In psychology, that part of thought and emotion that happen...
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unconscious

without active awareness
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unconscious

[adj] - without conscious volition 2. [adj] - not conscious
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