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to apprehend (images) by use of the eyes

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to be intuitively aware of

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Perceiver expectations: Perceivers interpret targets' behaviours to be consistent with their prior expectations.
The constituent and constitutive noise dissolves the boundary between Marlene the perceiver and the other woman as perceived.
This shared intersubjective knowledge does not need to be verbalized, since artists understand the creative processes of other artists and the sensorial experiences of perceivers.
They reason that the degree to which the presentation of the rhetorical question deviates from expectations influences where message perceivers direct their attention.
H4: That Entrepreneur students have a higher occurrence as Perceivers compared to the general population.
In the first case, the narrator is the perceiver and the character's mind is perceived.
The perceiver can look at art intellectually or emotionally to satisfy a particular need, but by looking at art aesthetically she or he will create an experience that is new.
The multi-layered relationships among all these perceivers and the perceived are the very issues that this work addresses.
Some have labeled this latter group as "poor perceivers.
Hence, in (5a) perceivers must retract the assumption of just a single discourse entity.
Heller's heavily enjambed, accent-driven couplets sketch the dramatic situation involving the traveling perceivers and the perceived (landscape and "laborers") as sparely as possible.
Perceivers may be more sensitive in carefully assessing information within their environment, especially because research in social cognition has determined that data can have stronger effects on the individual's inferences than cognitive structures (see, e.
Perceivers have been shown to reinterpret verbal insults
If use of sport-war analogies is an attempt by high-identifying sport fans "to return to normalcy", will low-identifying perceivers recognize their patriotic and noble attempts (Smith, 1989) or will perceivers view users of sport-war analogies as boorish and ignoble individuals (Meier, 1989)?