Translation of perception in Spanish:


percepción, n.

Pronunciation: /pəˈsɛpʃ(ə)n//pərˈsɛpʃ(ə)n/


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    • 1.1(faculty)

      percepción feminine
      sense perception percepción sensorial
      • One such front involves the extension of human visual perception beyond visible wavelengths.
      • Johnston in her introduction stresses the importance of examining the culture of the body because of its centrality to human perception and expression.
      • Intuition involves the use of senses other than the five typically considered the full range of human sensory perception.
      • When older, we also lose depth perception and the ability to distinguish contrast.
      • "It can drastically change not only our visual perception, but also our emotional response, " she said.
      • But three-dimensional perception and the ability to recognize complex objects such as the faces of family and friends remain severely impaired.
      • On the contrary, he does everything to avoid giving the space-time continuum an absolute status outside human perception.
      • Yet this is just a psychological trick of our visual perception because the absolute dimensions of this notebook are really very, very small.
      • Her Ph.D. work combined research in art, visual perception and perceptual learning.
      • His particular speciality is visual perception to guide robots.
      • In this heightened perception human beings appear as ‘fibres of light’ that assume the form of ‘luminous eggs’.
      • To bring science closer to human perception has been the main aim of my work.
      • Insights into color perception are often crucial to understanding animal behavior, ecology, and speciation.
      • Eyesight is a gift, as precious as life itself, since our experience, memory and way of thinking is intrinsically linked with our visual perception of the world.
      • Sharpen visual perception and increase ability to estimate accurately.
      • It is wise to never under-estimate human perception and the ability of the person on the end of the line to sense attitudes.
      • Each organ of sense perception responds to a particular sensation that leads to cognition.
      • People who have extrasensory perception are said to be psychic.
      • When her survey group becomes lost inside the cave, the author uses the experience to propel questions of the duplicity of maps and the ambiguities of human perception.

    • 1.2(act)

      percepción feminine
      • When the critical stimulus is compatible with the first response, the corresponding code is occupied and perception of that stimulus is impaired.
      • Having a working model of the brain, or even the incredibly complex neocortex, should help researchers understand processes like thought, perception and memory.
      • It sometimes seems that all that is required to produce a durable long-term memory is perception of a meaningful stimulus event.
      • Cognitive psychologists have abandoned their exclusive focus on reasoning, perception, and memory, and are rediscovering the importance of affective processes.
      • Therefore, perception of the induced stimulus was, in principle, to be determined by vection aftereffects alone.

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    (idea) idea feminine
    (image) imagen feminine
    people's perceptions of class differences la idea que la gente tiene de las diferencias sociales
    • the perception of the President as … la imagen del Presidente como …
    • it is my perception that … tengo la impresión de que …
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    perspicacia feminine
    agudeza feminine