Perception

[journal] Perception is a peer-reviewed scientific journal specialising in the psychology of vision and perception. It is available in print form and online. It publishes primary research from any discipline within the sensory sciences. The journal is indexed in PubMed. ...
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perception

[n] - a way of conceiving something 2. [n] - knowledge gained by perceiving 3. [n] - the process of perceiving
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Perception

the way in which individuals analyse and interpret incoming information and make sense of it.
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Perception

A psychological process by which we make sense of what we are experiencing.
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perception

<psychology> The conscious mental registration of a sensory stimulus. ... Origin: L. Percipere = to take in completely ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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perception

noun the process of perceiving
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perception

(L. percipere to take in completely) the conscious mental registration of a sensory stimulus.
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Perception

Perception is the cognitive impression that is formed of 'reality' which in turn influences the individual's actions and behavior toward that object.
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perception

an understanding through observation
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