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This new body of work depicts the power of human perception and the choice to choose to see what we want to see and how we want to see it.
Ackerman studies how sensations influence social judgments, contributing to a growing body of research that finds that the texture and weight of objects can affect human perception in multiple ways--a phenomenon that researchers call embodied cognition.
Instead of these extreme reactions, he argues, we should recognize that common patterns of change in human perception and social affairs have accompanied the introduction of electronic media starting with the introduction of the telegraph.
The researchers at the Center for Human Perception and Cognition are offering blind and visually impaired tools via training with SSDs, to receive environmental visual information and interact with it.
She's separated from the Doctor who's unavoidably trapped elsewhere, and meets a menace which exists beyond human perception.
Biologist Patrick Aryee and physicist Helen Czerski explore the world of animal senses to reveal how they detect things beyond the limits of human perception, conducting experiments and demonstrations featuring a variety of species.
Impressionist painting characteristics include relatively small, thin, yet visible brush strokes, open composition, emphasis on accurate depiction of light in its changing qualities (often accentuating the effects of the passage of time), ordinary subject matter, inclusion of movement as a crucial element of human perception and experience, and unusual visual angles.
I believe this tale teaches us an insightful lesson on human perception.
Odor is a very complex issue as it involves human perception and response and not just direct measurements of compounds in the air.
Housed within the walls of San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts museum, the Exploratorium is a collage of hundreds of science, art, and human perception displays.
By drawing upon the practical knowledge and experience of magicians, scientists may obtain new insights into various areas of human perception and cognition that we are still struggling to understand.
These tests relate to the human perception of texture.

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