Perception (Communication)

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  • The intuitive process by which humans interpret the sounds, smells, and sights of the world around them. On a higher plane, perception refers to how humans intuit the verbal and non verbal interactions between themselves and other individuals.

    Perception is a broad term open to interpretation by scientists and social scientists, and perceptional concepts are studied in a variety of disciplines, including anthropology, biology, communications, education, health care, management, political science, psychology, and sociology. Perception is often linked to biases and prejudices concerning the political and religious views, the economic and cultural identities, and the physical appearances of other people. People react to each other depending on how they perceive their worth and their likeliness to be compatriots or adversaries.

    Humans give names and symbols to the ...

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