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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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The girl in the 14-16 age groups appeared to be at a significant level of blame for the psychological control that their parents perceive in the sportsmen.
Past research suggests that if a user perceives something or some person as credible, the user will have more positive attitude toward the thing and the person.
When adolescents perceive their parents in conflict, their sense of belongingness to parents get threatened and they feel less secure in their own homes (Kumar, Stone, Gerard, and Pemberton, 1997).
In the context of Internet shopping, the theory of planned behavior predicts that though a consumer's attitudes with respect to the online store are not positive, he/she is prone to make a purchase from an online shop which he/she perceives as low on risk [Jarvenpaa, Tractinsky, and Vitale, 2000].
If they perceive that it is easy to use, they will also perceive it as being useful to them.
Ahead it suggests that the night shift nurses perceive themselves as less regarded than the day shift nurses.
Or perhaps the extent of the racism that African Americans perceive exacerbates their shyness on distressed feelings.
Morrison, (2000) has emphasized that cultural factors such as social norms can influence the way entrepreneurs perceive opportunities and this could represent significant barriers.
Possibility level: even though one only hopes for uncertain outcomes, s/he must perceive them as possible (Lazarus, 1999), but a desire can be a mere fantasy, so one can desire something which is perceived to be impossible.
As reputation consists of mainly emotional perceptions that are related to past experiences, and is an important antecedent of perceived quality, which also includes a set of subjective components we can conclude that also in former socialist countries in Europe customers do not perceive only a rational components of offerings but are also more and more sensitive to emotional aspects of services.
For example, a consumer may actively seek out product advice from an acquaintance they perceive to be an expert (solicited WOMC).
This study also expands the literature on argumentativeness by focusing on how moderate argumentatives perceive serial arguing.
Sanford said the results show that people perceive a threat to their control, power and status in the relationship when they observe an increase in partner hard emotion and they perceive partner neglect when they observe an increase in partner flat emotion or a decrease in partner soft emotion.
Adolescents across all age groups perceive a greater risk to smoking cigarettes than the use of alcohol and other substances, including cocaine and LSD, according to a report based on a national survey sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Washington, D.
Accordingly to that obtained results indicate that respondents perceive different stimulus contrast, that is, its size varies depending on colour and saturation of the background.