Stu_ck

Joined: April 20, 2013

Number of comments posted: 6

Number of votes received: 3

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Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  May 15, 2013, 5:37am  •  0 vote

Hi nhoJ, sorry that I've also been away... I didn't forget and have just thoroughly read your excellent post. I just wanted to recognise your trouble and effort, and I think I will do a couple of re-r

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  April 26, 2013, 1:03am  •  0 vote

@nhoJ I'm looking forward to the end of your assignment ;) @Leah17 In my opinion, if you are not looking to write a clinical or academic psychology essay, then you could quite justifiably use "su

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  April 24, 2013, 9:13pm  •  0 vote

Cool, thanks. I appreciate the suggestion. I will try to track it down.

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  April 23, 2013, 10:50pm  •  1 vote

no problem, nhoJ... get that work done! :D Renee, thanks for the different perspective, which adds something else to think about. I'll try to be more conscious of what I say in front of the [possib

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  April 20, 2013, 1:09pm  •  1 vote

@Warsaw Will: As an ESL teacher, I couldn't agree more about your interpretation of that particular linguistics professor's definition of an adjective... to think that some people consider the finer p

Re: subconscious vs unconscious  •  April 20, 2013, 1:37am  •  1 vote

I feel that anyone deriding the use of a word in every commonly-used dictionary (that word being "subconscious") should attempt to step down from their obnoxiously high horse. It is perfectly reasonab