posted on Oct, 20 2016 @ 03:22 PM
Some time ago I wrote about how priming-effect can be used to direct someone's thoughts and how it can be transformed to a
, wherein a single individual is targeted by others. Presented principles
can also be applied to situations, where someone is merely making an effort to show his support toward something, but without letting everyone
Because of the requirement "without letting everyone recognize it" and because of the possible time limit, something must be recognized without lots
of effort, preferably intuitively, and with high accuracy. The one, who is be suggesting something, wouldn't be making others to learn something new,
but merely variating something they are already familiar with. It's the brain of the viewers/listeners that does the "decoding" and makes them to
realize something that others don't.
I'm hereby showing you one logical idea related to this, but I'd like to hear about others, too. This is based on the newer writing
at the Medium-platform.
Figure 1 contains one part of an exposure set (node L1), which can present anything that can be sensed. Thinking about that something elicits
thoughts about its traits (it's attributes), which are presented as arrows branching out from the node L1. Nodes A1, B1 and C1 are strong association
connections, which have high propability to become thinked. There could be others, but for the sake of simplicity..
For something (rather) unique to become thinked, it must be triggered with "a set of thoughts" (think AND-operator). In this case Q1 and C1 are of
those. Everyone of those thoughts might need multiple "hits", before they participate in anything. As you can see from the full writing about this,
node F1 is also needed to trigger certain thought, but for that to happen, an additional exposure to something is required.
So.. anything that can thinked, will elicit few new thoughts and propabilities for the strongest links can be approximated by someone. That someone is
supposedly the one, who is willing to show his support toward something. Naturally it is easier to approximate such, if you know your audience.
Possible situations include, but are not limited to:
- music videos
- stage acts