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9. discuss the changes that occurduring perceptual development andexplain depth object and visualperception.Dennis KipronoE033-01-1339/2019,Gideon ManonoE033-01-0751/2019,Elkanah KiprotichE033-01-1249/2019,Susan WanjikuE033-01-1121/2019
Perception is the set of unconscious processes we undergo to make sense of the stimuliand sensations we encounter.Perception refers to the set of processes we use to make sense of the different stimuliwe’re presented with. Our perceptions are based on how we interpret differentsensations.The perceptual process begins with receiving stimuli from the environment and ends withour interpretation of those stimuli. This process is typically unconscious and happenshundreds of thousands of times a day.When we attend to or select one specific thing in our environment, it becomes theattended stimulus.Organization of stimuli happens by way of neural processes; this starts with our sensoryreceptors (touch, taste, smell, sight, and hearing), and is transmitted to our brains, wherewe organize the information we receive.After we receive and organize stimuli, we can interpret those stimuli, which simply meansthat we take the information and turn it into something that we can categorize.
SELECTIONSelective retention: recalling only what reinforces your beliefs,values, and expectations.

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Term
Fall
Professor
MUSAU
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Visual Perceptual Constancies, Auditory Perceptual Constancies

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