Affective Effects in the Regulation of Behavior: Suggestive Effects
The aim of the course is to sensitise the participants to the suggestive effects manifested in various life situations. It introduces the main rules and principles of applications of suggestions.
Requirements: the participants will provide a summary of a suggestive phenomenon in their special field.
- Concept and forms of suggestions
- Modes of consciousness
- Rules of formulating suggestions
- Application of suggestions
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