perception


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the condition of being aware

that which exists in the mind as the product of careful mental activity

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Dundee Ready Educational Environment Measure questionnaire with 50 items was used to determine students' perception of the institutional environment.
Foundations of Sensation and Perception, 3rd Edition
This relation has special epistemic significance because, while perception is often mistaken, it provides the fundamental category through which knowledge of an objective world is conceived.
Identifying whether a person has these four genes could help doctors better understand a patient's perception of pain.
The participants also rated their perception of pain on a scale from zero to 10.
Whether checking out the dating pool, interviewing a candidate for employment, evaluating a sales person or sizing up a politician, we consult our mental database, for better or for worse, and form a perception.
Staples underlines the power of perceptions by stating: 'Individual perception is all-encompassing and all-powerful.
The results of Table 1 show a positive student perception of the influence of self-set goals on academic understanding.
That is why people in the public relations business insist that perception is more important than reality.
Subjects completed scales measuring general dental anxiety (DAS-R) and negative perception of dental stimuli (DFAS).
Toward A Philosophy Of Perception engagingly chronicles Harrell's several decades of inspirational teachings and personal experiences, as well as her dedicated research into consciousness and life.
This book provides a state-of-the-art review of current understanding of the key stages of flavour perception for those working in the flavour field, whether in the academic or industrial sector.
That's because people use their noses to sniff imaginary as well as real aromas, and the mere act of sniffing scentless air kick-starts odor perception, a new study finds.
Sometimes when sitting you're in a movie theater, it's hard to determine the difference between perception and reality.
Then they play the game, and perception and reality collide, oftentimes violently.