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  • Perceptions And Passive Perception

    What is perception? To some it is the recognition of things using the senses while to others perception of something or someone is your understanding of them According to my studies in Psychological science, perception is the process of attaining awareness or understanding of sensory information. There are two basic theories of perception: Passive Perception and Active Perception. The passive perception is addressed could be surmised as the following sequence of events: surrounding → input (senses) → processing (brain) → output (re-action). Although still supported by mainstream philosophers, psychologists and neurologists, this theory is nowadays losing momentum. The theory of active perception has emerged from extensive research of sensory illusions and is increasingly gaining experimental support and could be surmised as dynamic relationship between “description” (in the brain) ↔ senses ↔ surrounding.…

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  • The Importance Of Perception

    What is Perception? Is what you perceive reality? Introduction Perception is a process by which we organise, integrate and recognise stimuli in order to make sense of the world through meaning and interpretation. Perception begins when the human brain receives data from body’s five senses touch, sight, taste, smell and hearing. Knowledge and experience are extremely important for the concept, perception, this is because they help us make sense of the input to our sensory system. Without being…

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  • Perception In Psychopathology

    In “Distortions of mind perception in psychopathology,” Gray, Jenkins, Heberlein and Wegner investigated the effects of psychopathology on social perception. Rather than compartmentalizing different disorders, as is often done when studying psychopathological conditions, this study wanted to consider these disorders differently, but not independently. Therefore, the researchers decided that a 2-dimensional model of mind perception was an effective way to compare and contrast the effect of these…

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  • Social Perception

    assertion that human beings are not objects (Fiske & Taylor, 2013). Essentially, perception of humans like ourselves and other objects perceived are not the same within the human mind. Two specific regions of the brain are involved in similar processes: the medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) is used in social cognition and superior temporal sulcus (STS) in used in “judgements of intent and trajectory” (Fiske & Taylor, 2013). Purpose and Use of Social Perception Social perception is a useful tool…

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  • Sense Perception

    The classical understanding of sense perception in the western tradition dates from Aristotle and his work on “the nature of living things”, discussed in the treatise “De Anima”. In an attempt to manage the cognitive data produced by the experience of the world, perception was divided into the five classical senses visus-sight, auditus-hearing, odoratus-smell, gustus-taste, and tactus-touch, mediated by their corresponding organs eye, nose, tongue, skin, and ear. Following Aristotle 's remarks,…

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  • Machine Perception Essay

    My motivation to study machine perception is my long-term passion for mathematics, programming, and the human brain. Before knowing much about machine perception, my main motivation was to participate and securing the first prize in Bangladesh Mathematical Olympiad for three times. Following this achievement, I graduated in Electrical Engineering taking major classes on theoretical signal processing and accomplishing a bachelor thesis on the modeling of brain hemodynamics. This made me…

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  • The Five Stages Of Perception

    3. I define perception as the way we view things about the world and others. The five stages of perception are stimulation, organization, interpretation-evaluation, memory, and recall. Stimulation is how you perceive things with your senses. This includes sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch. After this is organization. Organization is where your mind begins to categorize the events it just encountered through your senses. The interpretation-evaluation stage comes in when we start to…

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  • Essay On Interpersonal Perception

    Our life is all about perception. Who we talk to, who we are friends with and why. While we discussed chapter 4 of Interpersonal perceptions it was brought to my attention of how quickly we judge and select people out of a group. We all were raised up differently and we each have a draw to certain people. Just by walking in a classroom for the first time and picking a seat. We automatically know who we might be friends with. It is all about how we view things from our point-of-view. My three…

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  • Sense Perception Limitations

    What are the Limits in Perception, and does it Greatly Affect Us? Sense perception is way of knowing information of the outside world be using sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch (though it’s debatable if there are more sense). Sense perception can be argued as one of the most important ways of knowing out there, as it’s greatly used in the other ways of knowing. Without it, you can’t reason because you need to be able to see what you’re reasoning, and you can’t know language because then…

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  • Perception Check Reflection

    the most effective ways to accomplish this is through perception checks. The purpose of a perception check is to clarify nonverbal behavior by stating the behavior, giving possible interpretations, then finally listening and paraphrasing what was actually happening. Perception checks helped me to effectively avoid conflict with my family by discovering what was actually going on in…

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