Human Perception deals with the way the mind perceives the stimuli around you. Learn how your senses function and help you recognize your environment.
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Perception, an awarereness of impressions received through the senses. The process of gaining perception is called perceiving.
Imagination, a process of thought by which past experiences are rearranged to form a new mental image.
Mind, as used in psychology and philosophy, the part of a person that thinks, and that experiences such feelings as enjoyment, annoyance, anxiety, love, and hate.
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