Brainwashing

  • (noun): Forcible indoctrination into a new set of attitudes and beliefs.

Some articles on brainwashing:

Tuatara (comics) - Fictional Character Biography - Brainwashing
... Tuatara and his friends escape this brainwashing after several battles with the Justice League and with other Guardians ...
Mindcontrol - Korean War and The Origin of Brainwashing
... The Oxford English Dictionary records its earliest known English-language usage of brainwashing in an article by Edward Hunter in Miami News published on 7 October 1950 ... agent, wrote a series of books and articles on the theme of Chinese brainwashing ... that the Chinese subjected them to brainwashing techniques during their war-era imprisonment ...
Brainwashing: The Science Of Thought Control
... Brainwashing The Science of Thought Control is a non-fiction book analyzing brainwashing, thought reform and mind control, by neuroscientist and physiologist Kathleen Taylor ... Taylor reviews the history of the term brainwashing, from its usage in 1950 by journalist Edward Hunter to its application to cults, marketing, influence, thought reform ... Ends-not-means, and Thinking - which she believes can be used to negate the influence of brainwashing techniques ...
Brainwashing: The Science Of Thought Control - Contents
... background on the development of the term brainwashing, from its use in 1950 by journalist Edward Hunter and its later usage as applied to the spheres of cults, marketing, influence, thought ... Taylor argues that the term brainwashing is useful to when used to refer to a more coercive form of persuasion ... She explains that repetition is an integral part of brainwashing techniques because connections between neurons become stronger when exposed to incoming signals of frequency and intensity ...
Loaded Language - Brainwashing
... Psychologist Robert Jay Lifton considers loaded language to be a brainwashing technique "New words and language are created to explain the new and profound meanings that have been ...