psych bonus 1 4 - perception without a sensation 2 No...

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Staci Shea Psychology bonus work 1. Sensation is the processes by which our sense organs receive information from the environment. Perception is the processes by which people select, organize, and interpret sensations. You can have a sensation without perception if your mind is not able to select, organize, and interpret the sensation. You cannot perceive something that is not there, so you cannot have a
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Unformatted text preview: perception without a sensation. 2. No, trying to forget the pain is a bad idea. By trying to ignore the pain the thought occurs more rapidly in your mind. This normally has the opposite effect than that which you are trying to achieve by ignoring the pain. A good alternative would be self-distraction. Studies show that you can best manage the effects by focusing on something specific....
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