Subliminal Communication Test

Back in the day when my research was going hot and heavy my team of students and I put together a test to measure a person’s subliminal communication qualities.

It measured several things in detail and required a trained test administrator and computer scoring. It was a thing of beauty and contributed mightily to our subliminal research.

I have recently taken the test and its data and devised a new, self-administered and self-scoring subliminal communication test. It is called the Subliminal Communication Test II. Not a catchy title, I’ll admit. But it is a beauty nonetheless. For shortness we call it SubComII.

SubComII measures three distinct areas of subliminal communication:

  • Subliminal perception. This is important for obvious reasons related to the very concept of communication. You are communicating in the dark if you cannot read or perceive what others are sending out.
  • Subliminal persuasion. How well can you, and how much do you subconsciously want, to be subliminally persuasive.
  • Subliminal dissuasion. It is possible to dissuade as much as persuade and most people — untrained people, that is — have a tendency to do a lot of dissuading. Even though they are consciously unaware of doing it.

These are all areas that can be improved with training, of course. Otherwise it would be pointless for non-researchers to measure them.

SubComII is in the final editing phase and will be available shortly in both PDF and printed (paper) versions.

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charles e. henderson, ph.d.

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By Charles E. Henderson, PhD

Charles E. “Chuck” Henderson PhD has had three careers. As a professional woodwind musician he worked with a number of well-known groups and musicians in America and Europe. When CTS ended his musical career he went into sales where for 16 years he broke numerous national sales records. He retired from sales to earn three college degrees (BA, MA, PhD) in communication and psychology. His research and clinical specialty has focused on subliminal communication and he has been a leader in the research and development of self-hypnosis techniques and applications. The author of nine books and numerous articles and audio recordings, he lives with his wife in Madison. Wisconsin.

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