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*  Human eye - The work of the retina | Britannica.com
perception. *colour* In colour: Colour effects. *motion sickness* In motion sickness. *optical illusions* In illusion: Colour ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/human-eye/The-work-of-the-retina
*  motivation - Behavioristic approaches to motivation | behaviour | Britannica.com
perception (in thought: Motivational aspects of thinking) (in perception: Effects of perceptual assumptions) ... Self-perception theory. Cognitive dissonance approaches have not gone unchallenged. An alternative approach, known as self- ... Thus, in the example above, self-perception theory would argue that the person, in observing his own behaviour, assesses the ... Dissonance theory and self-perception theory are not necessarily mutually exclusive; several studies suggest that both ...
https://www.britannica.com/topic/motivation/Behavioristic-approaches-to-motivation
*  human eye - The higher visual centres | anatomy | Britannica.com
Take, for the present, the perception of these relationships by one eye, monocular perception: a group of objects, as in Figure ... The perception of depth. Monocular cues. The image of the external world on the retina is essentially flat or two-dimensional, ... Usually stereopsis, or perception of depth, is possible by the use of a single hemisphere because the images of the same object ... The perception of depth in a two-dimensional pattern thus depends greatly on experience-the knowledge of the true shape of ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/human-eye/The-higher-visual-centres
*  acoustic neuroma | pathology | Britannica.com
See ear; mechanoreception; perception; sound reception. Read More. More about acoustic neuroma. 1 Reference found in Britannica ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/acoustic-neuroma
*  Stimulus-response theory | psychology | Britannica.com
In perception. …humans, the process whereby sensory stimulation is translated into organized experience. That experience, or ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/stimulus-response-theory
*  human eye | Definition, Structure, & Function | Britannica.com
perception. *colour (in colour (optics): Colour effects) *motion sickness (in motion sickness) ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/human-eye
*  Anesthetic | medicine | Britannica.com
time perception* In time perception: Physiological effects: drugs. history of. *dentistry* In dentistry: Dentistry in 18th- and ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/anesthetic
*  Alphabetical Browse | Britannica.com
movement perception (process). Movement perception, process through which humans and other animals orient themselves to their ...
https://www.britannica.com/browse/alpha/m/201
*  Information theory - Applications of information theory | mathematics | Britannica.com
linguistics: Speech perception. …was psycholinguistics in general) by information theory, according to which the occurrence of ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/information-theory/Applications-of-information-theory
*  history of technology | Summary & Facts - The 20th century | Britannica.com
Working with medieval perceptions of natural processes, engineers and technicians of the 15th and 16th centuries achieved ...
https://www.britannica.com/technology/history-of-technology/The-20th-century
*  Animal behaviour - Character mapping | Britannica.com
space perception and territorial behaviour* In space perception: Social and interpersonal aspects of space perception ... Many aspects of animal behaviour involve the perception of chemicals that arise from the environment, such as chemicals ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/animal-behavior/Character-mapping
*  Cochlea | anatomy | Britannica.com
human ear: physiology of hearingThe ear is the organ of hearing; it enables the perception of sound.. Created and produced by ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/cochlea
*  Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel | German philosopher | Britannica.com
The perception of this is reason. Reason thus abandons its efforts to mold the world and is content to let the aims of ...
https://www.britannica.com/biography/Georg-Wilhelm-Friedrich-Hegel
*  Human nervous system - The reproductive system | anatomy | Britannica.com
In time perception: Adaptation to periodic change. *muscle disease* In muscle disease: Classification of muscle weakness ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/human-nervous-system/The-reproductive-system
*  Thalamus | anatomy | Britannica.com
human nervous system: General organization of perception. …an input arrives at the thalamus, it is far from being the original ... In human nervous system: General organization of perception. diseases and disorders. * In nervous system disease: Basal ganglia ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/thalamus
*  cataract | eye | Britannica.com
perception study (in perception: Innate versus learned perception) *. exposure to. *microwaves (in electromagnetic radiation: ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/cataract-eye
*  Accommodation | ocular | Britannica.com
In space perception: Cues from the eye muscles. The ciliary effect is called accommodation (focusing the lens for near or far ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/accommodation-ocular
*  thought | Britannica.com
perceptual learning (in perception: Effects of perceptual assumptions) *schizophrenia (in mental disorder: Clinical features) ...
https://www.britannica.com/topic/thought
*  Nervous system disease - Localization of neurological disease | Britannica.com
Some perception, such as position sense, is retained. This is an example of dissociated sensory loss, which is also found in ... Damage to the nerve may also result in a loss of flavour perception. Hallucinations of smell may occur in brain disorders such ... Irritation of the parietal lobe also leads to tactile hallucinations, the false perception of touch sensations on the other ... This area of the cortex appears to be involved with the analysis and storage of complex perceptions. ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/human-nervous-system-disease/Localization-of-neurological-disease
*  color | Additive Mixing with Colored Light -...
Color Perception. Abnormal Color Vision. Color Vision in Animals. Techniques for Reproducing Color. Response to Color. ...
https://kids.britannica.com/students/article/color/273736/198916-toc
*  feeding behaviour | Britannica.com
They may function in sensory perception and in actually securing food.. *D. Mucoid (e.g., many snails, such as Vermetus). In ...
https://www.britannica.com/topic/feeding-behaviour
*  hallucinogen | pharmacology | Britannica.com
It produces changes in perception, thought, and feeling, ranging from distortions of what is sensed (illusions) to sensing ... have aroused widespread interest and bitter controversy are those that produce marked aberrations in behaviour or perception. ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/hallucinogen
*  emotion | Definition, Scope, Variety, & Structures | Britannica.com
The initiating cause of emotion, according to James, is a perception. James did not take perception to be a constituent of ... Emotions as well as the physical senses shape the basic processes of perception and memory and influence the ways in which ... Indeed, some theorists have claimed that an emotion is just a special kind of perception. The concept of emotional experience, ... Many theorists following James have revised his analysis by including perception, and with it intentionality, as an essential ...
https://www.britannica.com/topic/emotion
*  Pain | Britannica.com
The perception of pain results from the brain's processing of new sensory input with existing memories and emotions, in the ... The point at which a stimulus begins to become painful is the pain perception threshold; most studies have found that point to ... The second finding that emerged was that pain perception and response differ with gender and ethnicity and with learning and ... Those medications help to reduce anxiety and sometimes alter the perception of the pain. Pain seems to be alleviated in a ...
https://www.britannica.com/science/pain
*  China | Culture, History, & People | Britannica.com
Perceptions of China, a country in East Asia, must be adjusted to its enormous scale. Its culture and its civilization go back ...
https://www.britannica.com/place/China?oasmId=177412