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In [[Freudian theory]] the conscious mind is that part of a persons [[cognitive processes]] which are in their awareness. This is distinguished from their [[preconscious]] and [[unconscious mind]].
 
In [[Freudian theory]] the conscious mind is that part of a persons [[cognitive processes]] which are in their awareness. This is distinguished from their [[preconscious]] and [[unconscious mind]].
   
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*[[Consciousness states]]
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*[[Psychoanalyic personality factors]]
   
   

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In Freudian theory the conscious mind is that part of a persons cognitive processes which are in their awareness. This is distinguished from their preconscious and unconscious mind.

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