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  • Author:
    Wilson Bryan Key
  • ISBN:
    0451131800
  • ISBN13:
    978-0451131805
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    Signet; First Signet Printing edition (April 1, 1981)
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The Clam-Plate Orgy and Other Subliminals the Media Use to Manipulate Your Behavior. This book is the most unique of all of Key's books.

The Clam-Plate Orgy and Other Subliminals the Media Use to Manipulate Your Behavior. From US to Canada to Vietnam, this book is Key's best work.

The Clam Plate Orgy book. This book exposes the subliminal techniques used in advertising. It contains pictures of specifically created examples that are manipulated and many others that are shown as having been manipulated. A real eye-opener for folks who don't realize how advertising attempts to manipulate your behavior.

Wilson Bryan Key P. Key obtained his doctorate in communications from the University of Denver and taught journalism for a short period of time at the University of Western Ontario. He was a colleague and friend of Marshall McLuhan.

Wilson Bryan Key, American author, lecturer. Sergeant United States Army Air Force, 1943-1947. Member American Association of University Professors, Author's Guild, Mensa International. The Age of Manipulation: The Con in Confidence, The Sin in Sincere (1989). His results and conclusions have been challenged, in books including the following: Boese, Alex (2006). Hippo Eats Dwarf: A Field Guide to Hoaxes and Other Bachelor of Surgery Harcourt, Incorporated. Prentice-Hall, In. lt;/li

  • Key's book, "The Clam Plate Orgy" is another astonishing realization that there really is no more powerful entity than the ad agencies. In "The Clam Plate Orgy", the average reader will find that Dr. Wilson Key has dumbed his theories down a bit, thus making the book a pleasure to read. Much more understandable than "Subliminal Seduction". Keep your mind open when reading this.

    Destination, rates & speeds. 2. The Clam Plate Orgy (Signet). Published by Berkley. ISBN 10: 0451153766 ISBN 13: 9780451153760.

    Well you're in luck, because here they come. The most common clam book material is metal. The most popular color? You guessed it: gold.

    Key died following complications resulting from surgery. The Clam-Plate Orgy: And Other Subliminal Techniques for Manipulating Your Behavior (1980). YouTube Encyclopedic. Key died following complications resulting from surgery. He is interred at the Northern Nevada Veteran's Memorial Cemetery in Fernley, Nevada. He was survived by his wife and three daughters.

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    Malojurus
    This book is the most unique of all of Key's books. It follows Key around the world as he follows the beginning of his study into subliminals messages, and his up-hill battle into proving their exsistence. From US to Canada to Vietnam, this book is Key's best work. Highly recommended. Also has several pictorial examples of subliminal messages.
    Gnng
    While it earned him some financial success and notoriety (I believe that this book was featured on 60 Minutes), from the perspective of educating the public this book is a pseudoscience disaster. Rather than investigating the existence of subliminal messages, Key clearly started with the conclusion that they're real & ubiquitous and then set about validating his conclusion, and in so doing created a whole new flavor of ignorance that was quite widespread in the `80's and persists today.

    While it's true that images *have*, in fact, been surreptitiously and deliberately incorporated into advertising materials from time to time (the penis on the "Little Mermaid" poster added by a disgruntled Disney artist being a famous and verified example), such things are extremely rare and generally done more as an expression of the graphic artist's sense of humor than any dark, manipulative "psychological warfare" campaign on the part of the advertisers. However, in Key's world there are no coincidences and he clearly never heard of pareidolia, the brain's ability to find patterns and meaning where none actually exist. In fact, "pareidolia" is a one-word refutation of this entire book, along with a host of similar nonsense (like backward masking lyrics on record albums) that had people up in arms in the years following "Clam-Plate Orgy"'s release.

    I would recommend this book only as a historical artifact of pseudoscience. Skeptics might get a laugh out of it, but they'll be more likely to find it frustrating.