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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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By creating a performative analogy of an anarchist, free community, Mac Low allows perceivers of his work to recognize how sign systems and their concomitant limitations reinforce the organizing, ruling, and thus inhibiting effects of larger social institutions, allowing the reader as performer momentary freedom from such limitations.
Darley and Gross (1983) found that even though the target's presentation is ambiguous, perceivers use demographic cues to interpret the target's uncertain academic capabilities as high or low.
Pointing out that cinema requires from the perceiver only short-term memory and novels enable readers to return to previous pages, he delineates the constraints particular to television serials: the need simultaneously to remind viewers of information presented in previous episodes and to provide information for viewers who have not seen previous episodes while avoiding redundancy for those who have.
The metaphor of noise as an illness is ubiquitous; both the perceiver and the percept are infected.
A third-order change requires perceivers to be aware of a range of differing sets of hermeneutical resources in order to be capable of shifting resources appropriately.
By moving along perceivers are able to measure the sculpture against their bodies.
Some studies have shown that violence perpetrated by the husband has been justified by perceivers in situations in which the wife is seen as being at risk of committing adultery or being unfaithful (Haj-Yahia, 2003; Haj-Yahia & Uysal, 2008; Viki & Abrams, 2002; Yoshioka et al.
Significant advertising research on self-referencing also reveals that when ad perceivers are encouraged to relate the advertising messages to themselves, the persuasive effects of the ad increase (Debevec and Iyer 1988).
As the specious present is found in those experiences given in direct per ception, it thereby follows that the present* claimed in an A-series must be had by individual perceivers insofar as direct perceptions are obviously only had by such perceivers.
Ordinary perceivers are in such a position, and so are in a position to know that the first-order belief that the surface is red is an apt belief and satisfies the conditions required for the belief to be apt.
Unfortunately according to suppression theory (Wegner, Schneider, Carter, & White, 1987), unwanted stereotypes that are suppressed may later rebound so that stereotypical thinking and behaviour unexpectedly become more, rather than less, prevalent, even when perceivers explicitly try to avoid acting in a prejudiced manner (Macrae, Bodenhausen, Milne, & Wheeler, 1996).
the traffic-and-water recording turning the beams into headlights or lighthouses--depends on individual perceivers.
The first part discusses the strategic and planning issues confronting the four members of the innovation team, technopreneurs (inventors and technologists) and market perceivers (entrepreneurs and investors), and how they address them in creating a commercialization plan.
H4: That Entrepreneurship students have a higher occurrence as Perceivers compared to the general population.
In time, perceivers may recognize that new object as one relating to older objects that refer to common experience.