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

An active information process, which allows us to organise, interpret, and ultimately act upon sensory information coming to us from our outside world. Perception is different from sensation. We may all sense the same stimulus, but our individual perception of it can be different. This is a consequence of our perception, where our senses, gestalten...
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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

This is the name given to the process by which information acquired from the environment is transformed into experience of objects and events (Roth and Frisby, 1986). It is a selective placing of input into one category of identity rather than another (Bruner, 1957), thus making it essentially an ac
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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

The process of acquiring, interpreting, selecting, and organizing sensory information
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Perception

Per·cep'tion noun [ Latin perceptio : confer French perception . See Perceive .] 1. The act of perceiving; cognizance by the senses or intellect; apperhension by the bodily organs, or by the mind, of what is presented to them; discernment; apperhension; cognition. 2.
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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

(pәr-sep´shәn) the conscious mental registration of a sensory stimulus. adj., percep´tive., adj. depth perception the ability to recognize depth or the relative distances to different objects in space. extrasensory perception(ESP)  ...
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Perception

• (n.) The quality, state, or capability, of being affected by something external; sensation; sensibility. • (n.) An idea; a notion. • (n.) The act of perceiving; cognizance by the senses or intellect; apperhension by the bodily organs, or by the mind, of what is presented to them; discernment; apperhension; cognition. • (n.) Th...
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Perception

(from the article `Price, H.H.`) ...Oxford (1935–59), where he was educated, Price taught at Magdalen College (1922–24), Liverpool University (1922–23), and Trinity College ...
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perception

in humans, the process whereby sensory stimulation is translated into organized experience. That experience, or percept, is the joint product of the ... [44 related articles]
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perception

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

[disambiguation] Perception is the process of attaining awareness or understanding of sensory information. It can also be explained as how a person feels towards something Perception may also refer to: ...
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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

perception, in psychology, mental organization and interpretation of sensory information. The Gestalt psychologists studied extensively the ways in which people organize and select from the vast array of stimuli that are presented to them, concentrating particularly on visual stimuli. Perception is ...
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Perception

(Lat. perceptio, from percipere, to perceive) (a) In contemporary psychology and epistemology: Perception is the apprehension of ordinary sense-objects, such as trees, houses, chairs, etc., on the occasion of sensory stimulation. Perception is distinguished, on the one hand, from sensation (the apprehension of isolated sense qualities) and on the ....
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Perception

Perception is the ability to observe and understand, particularly intuitively.
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perception

Type: Term Pronunciation: per-sep′shŭn Definitions: 1. The mental process of becoming aware of or recognizing an object or idea; primarily cognitive rather than affective or conative, although all three aspects are manifested. Synonyms: esthesia1
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Perception

[company] Perception was a media entertainment company working in the video games, film and television space. The company claimed to be working on a video game for the PC and console platforms and to be in pre production on an animated television series & Sony PSP game. The company has staff based in Sydney, Melbourne and Vienna. The compan...
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Perception

Perception (from the Latin perceptio, percipio) is the organization, identification, and interpretation of sensory information in order to represent and understand the environment. All perception involves signals in the nervous system, which in turn result from physical or chemical stimulation of the sense organs. For example, vision involves ligh...
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perception

an understanding through observation
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Perception

The processes that organize information in the sensory image and interpret it as having been produced by properties of objects or events in the external, three-dimensional world.
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