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perception 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/pərˈsepSHən/,
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perceptions, plural;
  1. The ability to see, hear, or become aware of something through the senses
    • - the normal limits to human perception
  2. The state of being or process of becoming aware of something in such a way
    • - the perception of pain
  3. A way of regarding, understanding, or interpreting something; a mental impression
    • - Hollywood's perception of the tastes of the American public
    • - we need to challenge many popular perceptions of old age
  4. Intuitive understanding and insight
    • - “He wouldn't have accepted,” said my mother with unusual perception
  5. The neurophysiological processes, including memory, by which an organism becomes aware of and interprets external stimuli


  1. percept: the representation of what is perceived; basic component in the formation of a concept
  2. a way of conceiving something; "Luther had a new perception of the Bible"
  3. the process of perceiving
  4. knowledge gained by perceiving; "a man admired for the depth of his perception"
  5. sensing: becoming aware of something via the senses
  6. (perceived) sensed: detected by instinct or inference rather than by recognized perceptual cues; "the felt presence of an intruder"; "a sensed presence in the room raised goosebumps on her arms"; "a perceived threat"
  7. In philosophy, psychology, and cognitive science, perception is the process of attaining awareness or understanding of sensory information. ...
  8. Perception is the fourth studio album by the American alternative rock band Blessid Union of Souls, released in 2005 on .
  9. Perception is a media entertainment company working in the games, film and television space. The company claims to be working on a video game for the PC and console platforms and to be in pre production on an animated television series & Sony PSP game. ...
  10. Most of the programs in Edu-Ware Service's initial product line, released in 1979 under the slogan "Unique software for the unique mind", were not typical of the intellectually-challenging computer games and structured, pedagogically-sound educational software for which the company would later ...
  11. Perception is a peer-reviewed scientific journal specialising in the psychology of vision and perception. It is available in print form and online. It publishes primary research from any discipline within the sensory sciences. The journal is indexed in PubMed.
  12. The philosophy of perception is concerned with the nature of sensory and perceptual experience, the status of what is given in such experience, and in particular with how beliefs or knowledge about the (physical) world can be accounted for and justified on that basis.
  13. Conscious understanding of something; Vision (ability); Acuity; That which is detected by the five senses; not necessarily understood (imagine looking through fog, trying to understand if you see a small dog or a cat); also that which is detected within consciousness as a thought, intuition, ...
  14. (perceived) generally recognized to be true; as seen or understood by an individual
  15. (PERCEPTIONS) The basis of all learning. Perceptions result when a person gives meaning to external stimuli or sensations. Meanings which are derived from perceptions are influenced by an individual's experience and many other factors.
  16. (Perceptions) in both a colloquial and neuropsychological sense, what your mind tells you something is.
  17. (perceptions) Awareness of objects and the ability to differentiate between them.
  18. (perceived) How something is seen or regarded by someone, usually by the prospect or customer, irrespective of what is believed or presented by the seller, ie what it really means to the customer.
  19. (Perceived) or subjective safety refers to the level of comfort of users. For example, traffic signals are perceived as safe, yet under some circumstances, they can increase traffic crashes at an intersection. ...
  20. (perceived) what people think the situation actually is.
  21. The conscious awareness of sensory inputs, internal states, or memories.
  22. Differentia: Automatic integration of sensory stimulus
  23. process of knowing or being aware of information through the ear.
  24. Involves making sense of what you see, hear, touch, smell and taste.
  25. Seeing and understanding objects by human beings.