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percept

 [per´sept]
the object perceived; the mental image of an object in space perceived by the senses.

per·cept

(per'sept),
1. That which is perceived; the complete mental image, formed by the process of perception, of an object or idea.
2. In clinical psychology, a single unit of perceptual report, such as one of the responses to an inkblot in the Rorschach test.
[L. perceptum, a thing perceived]

percept

/per·cept/ (per´sept″) the object perceived; the mental image of an object in space perceived by the senses.

percept

(pûr′sĕpt′)
n.
1. The object of perception.
2. A mental impression of something perceived by the senses, viewed as the basic component in the formation of concepts; a sense datum.

percept

[pur′sept]
Etymology: L, percipere, to perceive
the mental impression of an object that is gained through the use of the senses.

per·cept

(pĕr'sept)
1. That which is perceived; the complete mental image, formed by the process of perception, of an object or idea.
2. clinical psychology A single unit of perceptual report, such as one of the responses to an inkblot in the Rorschach test.
[L. perceptum, a thing perceived]

percept 

The complete mental image of an object obtained in response to sensory stimuli.
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As long as the second resonance "pitch" and tone color persist, the percept of the result will be an /i/no matter how exaggeratedly the mouth is opened in front of that tuning.
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The diagram of such interaction consists of an arrival of a new order from any system resources as the percept (such as a telephone call or the Internet).
The order agent uses data on the percept to make itself to be assigned or consolidated.
Furthermore, the fixation of meaning as the corpus-callosum-supported attentional oscillation between left hemisphere's verbal tokens and right hemisphere's modal percepts is not only unsubstantiated but raises obvious questions in the context of split brain cases.
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The immanence of infinite interplay between percepts and perceptions emerges and is expressed in the peacock.
It is postulated that we can represent objects as invariant combinations of percepts and responses, suggesting that we will start out from the view-centered representation of objects.
com/reports/c33395) has announced the addition of Percept, Decision, Action: Bridging the Gaps to their offering.
The time delay from percept to concept can be quite short.