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Conclusion: Environmental perception of the institution was more positive than negative and better performance in examinations was associated with better academic self-perception and social self-perception in students.
This textbook introduces sensation and perception, covering general principles, the chemical and body senses, the physics and biology of audition, the perception of sound, the physics of vision, visual physiology, color and spatial vision, shape and object perception, depth and visual motion perception, multisensory processing and perception, and individual differences in perception.
In the first two chapters of the book, Church illustrates the basics of her account of perception with reference to the perception of ordinary objects.
The participants rated their perception of pain on a scale from zero to 10.
Low pain perception was defined as a score of one, two or three; moderate pain perception was a score of four, five or six; and high pain perception was a score of seven, eight, nine or 10.
In psychology and the cognitive sciences, perception is the process of acquiring, interpreting, selecting, and organizing sensory information.
Perception refers to the way the individual organises the information and sensations that he or she receives from the world.
Students' perceptions of their goal setting effort on self-regulated learning were assessed through the student-led conference format.
This perception of the whole of Africa as one country full of starving people in rags does not come as a surprise to those of us who live in the diaspora.
Perception may also be a factor in the development and maintenance of dental fear.
The cellular basis of flavour perception: taste and aroma: Introduction; Taste and flavour; Perception of aroma; Flavour perception can be modulated: adaptation, sensitisation and crosstalk; Flavour perception and ageing; Conclusion.
Sniffing is not just a way to pick up smells, it's a part of olfactory perception," says Berkeley psychologist Noam Sobel, a coauthor of the new study.