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What is Subliminal Advertising?

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Tyde Strockbine

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What is Subliminal Advertising?
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What is Subliminal Advertising?
A Presentation by; Tyde Strockbine
What is Subliminal Advertising?
Subliminal advertising is the practice of embedding material in print, audio, or video messages so faintly that they are not consciously perceived.
Examples of Subliminal Advertising
Researcher James M. Vicary claimed to have conducted a six-week study in 1957 in which a movie theatre put this image on a screen for 1/3,000 of a second. Popcorn sales increased.
Effects of Subliminal Advertising
When individuals do not realize they are encountering a subliminal advertisementnthey become more susceptible for being caught off guard and spending money on something they really don't want.
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