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RUNNING HEAD: HUMAN PERCEPTION 1 Human Perception Institution Affiliation Student’s Name Date
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HUMAN PERCEPTION 2 HUMAN PERCEPTION Culture can form ways in which people can perceive others behaviors and actions as well as understanding the different aspects of the world. It is just as simply because it is something that is obvious and can produce an associated argument. Many articles and scholarly works show that entirely different folks with different cultural traits see and understand things in the world. This is how different cultures form how people perceive and understand the world. This makes me achieve an agreement with this concept as a result of I believe folks often overlook how culture can be dissimilar for people and the way they are usually aware of it. From the present studies and my understanding of the meaning of life in building relations, I have found that folks have over-generalized the findings to massive addition of population beneath like the general label of culture and I can freely support it with my personal experience. Through my life, I have learned that human perception is a familiar expression of fascinating elements in the modern world in our lifetime (Orsten et al. 2019). Human understanding tries to determine what people see and perceive, what people do and what people feel throughout their lives. It takes control of peoples' emotions, reasoning, understanding, thoughts, and conscience. However, it is mostly driven by the sense of the human mind that is the most considerable element of perception. Human perception differs not only with human beings but also practical with all the other animals. But understanding does not depend on whether over nature or with the thought of conscious. For instance, when a bee sees at a flower that is meant for feeding on, they do not only notice the colors the human mind sees. The bee sees a yellow representing run-way directly into the core of the flower that attracts it into the source of nectar. This happens in the same case of how people perceive human behavior
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HUMAN PERCEPTION 3 as to whether what people do is always right or wrong. It also creates questions on whether what people see is real or just manipulation. However, what the human mind perceives is only three dimensions (Orsten et al. 2019). However, I would prefer to pass my argument on how we should always people's behavior and actions concerning culture, unlike the way people do in life. From my own experience, I would like to begin this idea on how culture contributes towards shaping people's thoughts and perception with my personal experience in life. To reflect my life experience situation, I will focus on the difference between Western cultures vs. East Asian cultures. I happen to experience that Western civilization, mostly the US, is known as individualistic or analytic, which displays responsiveness to object and its attributes, and isolates the objects from their field when perceiving them. Similarly, they choose to predict and explain, and they rely on the use of proper logic and the law of illogicality.
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