In order to classify the result and manifestations of mental processes, Nisbette and Wilson categorized the subjects into different forms. In the awareness in the existence of the response, mental processes depend on other external contributions of the environment. A person could not act based on this theory without the acceptance or judgment of other people. In this case, a person will become knowledgeable or responsive into a certain action with the verification or response coming from the extrinsic force. In the awareness of the existence of a change process, there is a process of change in the mental awareness of a person. Subject of change varied depending on the opinions of other people as part of the environment of a certain person. Because of this, existence of the person's response will depend on the rationality of the opinion of others rather than his or her own.
When it comes to cognitive process, mental processes will depend on the cognition of knowledge and learning. ...
In the subliminal perception, logical interpretation and existence is the focus. In this theory, it is said, "we cannot perceived without perceiving, but we can perceive without remembering." This theoretical statement shows that logic thinking is the primary base of subliminal perception. Because subliminal means subconscious, the subconscious mind will process the cognition of subjects. Therefore, perceiving can be done through the subconscious without the process of recalling.
However, those observations, and researches contained different erroneous reports that lead to undetermined justifications as basis of those researchers. Erroneous reports came from the topics of stimuli influencing associative behavior, position effects on appraisal and choice, anchoring effects on predictions, the influence of an individual's personality on reactions to his physical characteristics, and emotional impact to the literary passage. Other than these are the effects of distractions on reactions to the film and the effects of reassurance on willingness to take electric shocks. Erroneous reports on these mental processes can be a disturbance to the needs of the research foundation of mental processes but still, it can be a form of outlet to define the concept of truth and reality.
When it comes to the accuracy and inaccuracy of verbal explanations, Nisbette and Wilson gave different perceptions towards the report of verbal acquisition and occurrence towards their subjects. They have obtained different strategies and researches in order to avoid erroneous reports. It should be noted that the individual's private access to content would sometimes allow him to