perceptual

All Adjective Noun
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  • This means that we are each limited to our own perceptual world and views.
  • He laid out the perceptual problem, and we all did our best to work out a solution.
  • Similar perceptual studies have been performed on human subjects as well.
  • Active classification effort and attention are often necessary to produce perceptual learning effects.
  • However, it does not suggest anything about the nature of perceptual states.
  • Perceptual learning occurs not only within the first training session but also between sessions.
  • As the story proceeds, one can note that many events are perceptual and not certain.
  • Perceptual systems can also be studied computationally, in terms of the information they process.
  • These studies provided evidence that effects of memory on perceptual identification was independent of recognition memory.
  • Overall, he wrote fifteen books about perceptual psychology and art, architecture, and film.
  • Perceptual processes have been studied in many species, with results that are often similar to those in humans.
  • Finally, there are also other processes besides perceptual expertise that can influence cross-race recognition.
  • Therefore, the absence of these grammatical words cannot be due to perceptual problems.
  • Studies have shown that meditation has both short-term and long-term effects on various perceptual faculties.
  • A natural scene is a scene that a perceptual system would typically encounter in a natural mode of operation.
  • They observed that the human perceptual system almost completely operates outside of conscious awareness.
  • Perceptual dialectology studies in Japan were also taking place during the early 20th century.
  • The perceptual models used to estimate what a human ear can hear are generally somewhat different from those used for music.
  • However, also in colour space, evidence was found in which the perceptual appearance does not reflect the physical model.
  • They had discussed upon the birth of the term a better label, namely perceptual art.
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Words starting with perceptual

Meaning of perceptual

  • adjective Of or relating to the act of perceiving
    perceptual stimulus