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Perception concept

  1. 1. PERCEPTION PROCESS AND PRINCIPLES .
  2. 2. WHAT IS PERCEPTION ? • Sensation + Meaning = Perception • The process of organizing and interpreting incoming sensory information.
  3. 3. E.G BORING EYSENCLE
  4. 4. Why Study Perception ? 🤔 Understanding how you perceive the world ◦ Language processing ◦ Color vision Multitasking and attention Mindfulness Rehabilitation Counseling ◦ Devices to assist people with vision and hearing losses
  5. 5. Each individual has his or her own perception of reality. The implication is that because each of us perceives the world through our own eyes, reality itself changes from person to person
  6. 6. SELECTION ORGANIZATION INTERPRETATION
  7. 7. Selection is the process by which we attend to some stimuli in our environment and not others. Selection is often influenced by our personal motives, incentives, impulses, or drives to act a certain way. Perceptual expectancy is a predisposition to perceive things in a certain way.
  8. 8. Organization, the second stage of the perceptual process, is how we mentally arrange information into meaningful and digestible patterns.
  9. 9. INTERPRETATION In the interpretation stage of perception, we attach meaning to stimuli. Each stimulus or group of stimuli can be interpreted in many different ways. Interpretation refers to the process by which we represent and understand stimuli that affect us
  10. 10. BY- PHYCHOLOGIST
  11. 11. PROXIMITY :- • The principle of proximity states that things that are close together appear to be more related than things that are spaced farther apart
  12. 12. The Law of Similarity is the gestalt grouping law that states that elements that are similar to each other tend to be perceived as a unified group.
  13. 13. Continuity, as it pertains to psychology and Gestalt theory, refers to vision and is the tendency to create continuous patterns and perceive connected objects as uninterrupted.
  14. 14. CLOSURE : Closure is the illusion of seeing an incomplete stimulus as though it were whole. Thus, one unconsciously tends to complete (close) a triangle or a square that has a gap in one of its sides.
  15. 15. Symmetry involves a close or exact correspondence between opposite halves of an image on the facing sides of an axis or center. ... We associate a variety of psychological qualities with this type of symmetry. The image may feel peaceful, calm, stable, harmonious, or grounded - especially in bilateral symmetry.
  16. 16. COMMON FATE The Gestalt law of common fate states that humans perceive visual elements that move in the same speed and/or direction as parts of a single stimulus
  17. 17. THANKS TO ALL ……… A group presentation done by ---  DIPAYAN PAUL  ANANYA MAHATO  ARPITA BHUINYA (GROUP – A)

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