Interdisciplinary Review on 6 Concepts Relevant to Non-Perceptual Social Interaction

Igor V. Danilov (Coresponding Author), Sandra Mihailova, Viktorija Perepjolkina

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Abstract

Phenomenon from everyday life that is routine and mundane for all of us, if it exists, then it should be visible from and can manifest itself through different studies. Thus, the observation of various studies from different social sciences has been chosen to find evidence of unconscious mental collaboration between individuals. The review aims to substantiate the assumption of nonperceptual social interaction by analyzing the results of studies on 6 known concepts: Theory of Mind (ToM), Visuospatial Perspective taking (VSP), Implicit memory, Unconscious thinking, Interpersonal perception, and Socialization. The review introduces the new concept of nonperceptual social interaction, proposing one of its explanations based on the existing laws of physics – the theory of Coherent Intelligence
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)52-58
JournalJournal of Clinical Review & Case Reports
Volume5
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • Implicit memory, Unconscious thinking
  • Interpersonal perception, Socialization
  • Non-perceptual Social Interaction
  • Coherent Intelligence

Field of Science

  • 5.4 Sociology
  • 5.1 Psychology
  • 3.2 Clinical medicine

Publication Type

  • 1.3. Anonymously reviewed scientific article published in a journal with an international editorial board and is available in another indexed database

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