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subconscious in Psychology, psychiatry topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsubconscioussub‧con‧scious1 /sʌbˈkɒnʃəs $ -ˈkɑːn-/ adjective  MPsubconscious feelings, desires etc are hidden in your mind and affect your behaviour, but you do not know that you have them a subconscious fear of failuresubconsciously adverb Subconsciously, he blames himself for the accident.
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subconsciousWe were here to change the subconscious.our subconscious desiresAnd they do this on a subconscious level.His subconscious male bias clearly shows in the report.Reality was proving far more bizarre than anything Polly's subconscious mind had been conjuring up.The subconscious mind is not haphazard in the way it works to protect you.Deep in her subconscious mind the image of Lotta became one-dimensional, faded, crumpled, ceased to exist.the subconscious mindMost people need to read something between five and twenty-one times before it is implanted in their subconscious minds.