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Imprinting Psychology

How Your Brain Reacts to Colors: A Retail Packaging Guide  https://www.repsly.com/blog/how-your-brain-reacts-to-colors-a-retail-sales-packaging-guide

How Your Brain Reacts to Colors: A Retail Packaging Guide https://www.repsly.com/blog/how-your-brain-reacts-to-colors-a-retail-sales-packaging-guide

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Probably the most important book on trauma that changed the way we approach its treatment.

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Fun Psychology facts here! Apparently, this is true for me.

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If true, a change of, / a new understanding of a memory/imprint (left brain logic) could theoretically change millions of cells connected to eachother, overlapping through different times...In the end it could mean a fundamental, ultimate change of perception / reality actually...This is definately balancing on the edge of the typeface "papyrus" ...still its deeply interesting and feelable. It is believable

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Alchemy seems like a continuation of Christian mysticism,,,

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Day 8: Seizures have a beginning, middle, and end. The beginning is the aura- and are signs of an oncoming seizure (think smells, sounds, taste, lightheadedness, Jamais or deja vu). ✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨ This month will be ALL about Epilepsy Awareness! I will share 1 fact per day in hopes to educate those who aren't familiar AND for people to TALK about it. Epilepsy has been a neurological disorder for centuries, however the topic is still so taboo and people are scared of it.

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One of the most important marketing decisions you can make-- the thing that communicates values to your customers before you say a single word-- are the colors you choose for your log and your site. Here's some information about what colors mean.

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Saturn Revisited. 1964. - Helen Frankenthaler - WikiArt.org

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More painful than expressing your feelings

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from The Sun

Child prodigy, 2, becomes youngest ever to join genius club Mensa

Child prodigy, 2, becomes youngest ever to join genius club Mensa Adam Kirby ranked smarter than Barack Obama and David Cameron Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/4985250/Child-prodigy-2-joins-Mensa.html#ixzz2aIoiAMZd

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