Definition of Suggestion. Meaning of Suggestion. Synonyms of Suggestion

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Definition of Suggestion

Suggestion
Suggestion Sug*ges"tion, n. (Hypnotism) The control of the mind of an hypnotic subject by ideas in the mind of the hypnotizer.

Meaning of Suggestion from wikipedia

- Suggestion is the psychological process by which a person guides their own or another person's desired thoughts, feelings, and behaviors by presenting...
- The suggestion box is used for collecting slips of paper with input from customers and patrons of a particular organization. Suggestion boxes may also...
- Suggestion theory is a theory used in the early part of the 20th century to describe how persuasion worked as a phenomenon of human collective behavior...
- Serving suggestion is a disclaimer used on food packaging. The phrase is used as legal fine print with a picture of the product. The picture attempts to...
- Hypnotic Suggestion EP is the second EP by The Apples in Stereo. The record was released in 1994. The EP's four tracks were later re-released on 1996 compilation...
- reduced peripheral awareness, and an enhanced capacity to respond to suggestion. There are competing theories explaining hypnosis and related phenomena...
- Coué at the beginning of the 20th century. It is a form of self-induced suggestion in which individuals guide their own thoughts, feelings, or behavior....
- ...Only a Suggestion is the debut studio album by the stoner rock band Hermano. It was released by Tee Pee Records with a sampler of other bands such as...
- Suggestion Box is a short propaganda film produced in 1943 by the Office of War Information. Its purpose was to encourage workers to send in suggestions...
- A suggestion of death, in law, refers to calling the death of a party to the attention of a court and making it a matter of record, as a step in the revival...