Awareness characterizes the events in one’s experience that have been symbolized and therefore have entered consciousness.
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Awareness refers to an issue in perception as to whether an individual can respond perceptually to an event in the absence of conscious awareness.
Awareness means attending to and observing what is happening in the present. Types of awareness include sensations and actions, feelings, wants, and values or assessments.
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Self refers to a continuing inner sense of our personhood that organizes our perceptions of our experience. . . . Read More
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