Questions tagged [awareness]

For questions about perceiving, feeling or otherwise being conscious of observations without necessarily understanding them.

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At what point does a human become self-aware?

What are the conditions for being self-aware? If this answer can not be answered by naming specific traits, behavior unique to a self-aware being, complexity of development or other tangible concepts, ...
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Is there a term for when a tool is perceived as an extension of your body?

Is there a specific term that describes the phenomenon where you perceive a tool as an extension of the body? An example would be riding a bicycle. The more often you ride a bicycle the less you have ...
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Is continuous split or meta - awareness a scientifically supported concept?

There are a number of spiritual practices that practice self-awareness and continuous awareness of one's thoughts and actions (for example the teachings of Ekhart Tolle): Tolle writes that "the ...
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How likely abusers actually be aware of the hurt they made after having legal issue?

When there is an abuse happening, usually the perspectives of each side are: Police and social worker: How to protect the victim? The abuser: How to get out of trouble? These goals are different, ...
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What does it mean if you are in a sleeping state and you hear a sound that your brain is immediately aware of?

When you are in a sleeping state ,i.e.lying in bed before your alarm clock rings, and you hear a noise or a voice that is not too loud and is not continuous but impulsive, and your brain immediately ...
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How to measure awareness of a concept continuously after Ps received more information?

I am trying to measure whether Ps range awareness (IV; being aware about the actual range of an electric car and connected charging infrastructure and knowing that people commonly underestimate these) ...