Perception Essay Topics

Color Perception

Looking at the results, my temporal conclusions are as follow: Childen of 6 years old can’t really differenciate between some similar colors if there is not a real difference. Children from 7 years and above can differenciate between similar colors and describe them more (By using the adjectives “Light” and “Dark”). Children from 9 years… View Article

What is perception?

In organization behavior researchers and academicians try to find out various factors influencing decision making process, performance, motivational levels and many other behavioral aspects. One of such important factor influencing individual performances and decision making process is perception. Perception is defined as follows: Perception is a process by which individuals organize and interpret their sensory… View Article

What is perception?

In organization behavior researchers and academicians try to find out various factors influencing decision making process, performance, motivational levels and many other behavioral aspects. One of such important factor influencing individual performances and decision making process is perception. Perception is defined as follows: Perception is a process by which individuals organize and interpret their sensory… View Article

Perceptions of The Trayvon Martin Shooting

The Trayvon Martin shooting is a perfect case of intercultural communication involving racial perceptions. In this case Trayvon Martin was shot and killed because of his suspicious behavior and what he was wearing. This made national news and was associated with a hate crime. During the night of February 26, 2012 George Zimmerman was running… View Article

Genetically modified organism

?Abstract Using survey data from surveys conducted online and face-to-face interviews, this report examines whether labeling of Genetically Modified (GM) Produce would affect consumer demand for produce in local supermarkets. Two indicators that are thought to affect consumer demand are studied: level of understanding and perception of GM produce. Several factors are thought to affect… View Article

Theories Of Representation

They say two heads are better than one and I suppose, having two codes to represent knowledge is more advantageous than just relying on one code. Visual and verbal codes of representations enable the mind to have a more vivid memory of the information or concept that needs to be recalled (Kosslyn, Ganis & Thompson,… View Article

Theories Of Perception

How the mind works during perception have been one of the mysteries of the mind. Cognitive psychology is involved in the investigation and the understanding of behaviors that is caused by cognitive functioning. If developmental psychology had to deal with the nature-nurture debate, the theories of perception are generally conceived either as a bottom-up approach… View Article

The Function and Process of Perception

The function and process of perception can vary depending on a particular state of consciousness. Normal waking consciousness is a mental state that encompasses the thoughts, feelings, and perceptions that occur when we are awake and reasonably alert (Morris & Maisto, 2010, p. 123). Since this state of mind expires after an amount of time,… View Article

Perceptions

Perception is one of the factors which influences effective interpersonal communication and helps a person to acquire knowledge about phenomena and events. Perception can be described as the process of integrating new information with previously held knowledge based on the prier knowledge activated at the time of processing. J Wood (2003) describes perception as dynamic… View Article

Perception and Learning

Learning and Perception are intertwined. They are relatively connected with each other. When we say Learning, it is a term used referring to a relatively permanent change in behavior that is a result of past experience or practice. It includes classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and perceptual learning. While Perception on the other hand, is a… View Article

We See and Understand Things Not as They Are but as We Are

This essay will attempt to show that the title claim is correct. In order to do this an analysis will be made to show how ways of knowing such as sense perception, emotion and reason have an impact on how the knower perceives reality and the world. This task will be carried out while taking… View Article

Optic Flow

The study of optic flow becomes much more complicated when the movement of an observer towards a surface or object is not straight on. In fact, even in the more straightforward condition of straight ahead condition, Gibson’s mathematical analysis was wrong. In situations when, for example, we are walking or driving, it is commonly necessary… View Article

Perception And Sensation

Methods Participants   The subjects of this experiment will be ten undergraduate psychology students between the age of 18 and 60 years and will include both males and females. The participation is voluntary with no incentives provided. In addition to that the inclusion criteria included that the participants will not have had surgery that has… View Article

Igno – Management of Human Resources

1.“Borderless world, Diversity Management, and Knowledge power, are some of the overarching factors being encountered by the Human Resource Mangers of 21st century business world”. How do they affect the dynamics of Human Resource Management in today’s organizations? Explain with examples from the organization you are familiar with or have been working for. Briefly describe… View Article

Professional Vision

The article “Professional Vision” by Charles Goodwin presented an interesting argument in demonstrating how perception can be constructed and developed in different contexts among different individuals or groups of people. In his discussion, Goodwin looked at two scenarios wherein perspective was influenced by three elements: coding schemes, highlighting, and articulation of graphic representations.  Ultimately, his… View Article