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Reality Theory: Phenomenology[edit]

Affect (psychology)
Affective neuroscience
Altered state of consciousness
Anger
Animal consciousness
Anosognosia
Attention schema theory
Auditory illusion
Awareness
Binding problem
Blindsight
Cannon–Bard theory
Chinese room
Consciousness
Contrast effect
Damasio's theory of consciousness
Detection theory
Disgust
Disorders of consciousness
Double-aspect theory
Dream
Dualism (philosophy of mind)
Déjà vu
Emotion
Epiphenomenalism
Face perception
Fear
Free will
Functionalism (philosophy of mind)
Gestalt psychology
Global Workspace Theory
Happiness
Haptic perception
Hard problem of consciousness
Hearing
Hope
Hypnosis
Ideal observer analysis
Idealism
Ideasthesia
Illusion
Integrated information theory
Intention
Intentionality
Inverted spectrum
James–Lange theory
Just-noticeable difference
Knowledge argument
Love
Lucid dream
Meditation
Minimally conscious state
Mirror test
Multiple drafts model
Multiple realizability
Mystical experience
Necker cube
Neon color spreading
Neural correlates of consciousness
Neutral monism
Non-rapid eye movement sleep
Optical illusion
Orchestrated objective reduction
Out-of-body experience
Pain
Panpsychism
Perception
Perceptual learning
Persistent vegetative state
Personal identity
Phenomenology (philosophy)
Phenomenology (psychology)
Philosophical zombie
Philosophy of mind
Physicalism
Pleasure
Principles of grouping
Prosopagnosia
Psychoacoustics
Psychometric function
Psychophysics
Qualia
Rapid eye movement sleep
Rubin vase
Sadness
Self model
Self-awareness
Sense
Sleep
Social perception
Somatosensory system
Speech perception
Stevens's power law
Stimulus modality
Stream of consciousness (psychology)
Subjective constancy
Surprise (emotion)
Synesthesia
Tactile illusions
Taste
Teleology
Teletransportation paradox
Time perception
Transpersonal psychology
Turing test
Two-alternative forced choice
Two-factor theory of emotion
Visual perception
Wakefulness
Weber–Fechner law