What is your favorite wor1

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What is your favorite word, and why? perception is the process of acquiring, interpreting, selecting, and organizing sensory information This confusing ambiguity of perception is exploited in human technologies such as camouflage This (with reference to perception) is the claim that sensations are, by themselves, unable to provide a unique description of the world. Sensations require 'enriching', which is the role of the mental model . Perception is defined as how you look at others and the world around you. Being able to select, organize and intercept information starts the perceptual process. Perception affects the way people communicate with others. An individual’s pattern of thinking can affect their perception of others. Most people communicate best with people of similar cultures. Social Perception is described as interpreting information about other people. If you feel that you are familiar with a person, you perceive to have a better understanding of that person’s intentions. The social contexts, in which you meet someone, can play a large part in whether the perception of someone will be positive or negative. Five barriers to social perception are described: (1) Selective perception lets individual select information that supports a viewpoint and downplays the threatening viewpoints. For instance, I go to a Physic and I am told that I will be a rich and successful person, but I will have many barriers to achieve this goal. My perception is focused on the fact that I will be rich and successful and not
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