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perceptual

(pər-sĕp′cho͞o-əl)
adj.
Of, based on, or involving perception.

per·cep′tu·al·ly adv.

perceptual

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The underdetermination-based route to skepticism turns on the requirement that, in order to have everyday knowledge, we must have better rational grounds for our everyday beliefs than we have for the skeptical alternative--paradigmatically, for perceptual beliefs (yonder is my computer) than had skeptical alternatives (such as that I am a BIV who is being given input indicating that yonder is my computer).
Perceptual Ad Blocker scans a page, looking for container sizes, specific icon graphics, and text like "sponsored" in order to find the ads on a page.
What is particularly fascinating in the described findings relies on the fact that the decline in the perceptual ability does not seem to occur in the same fashion for all non-native contrasts.
The effects of perceptual load have been demonstrated in situations in which irrelevant items are added to a task, making the selection of the relevant stimuli more difficult.
The following zones and cities were covered in the perceptual survey:
This means that they must be capable of being reduced to the perceptual level.
In fact, some proposals uphold that the experimental effect of perceptual priming is sustained at the theoretical level in the so-called Perceptual Representation System (PRS), which has been defined by Schacter, Wagner, and Buckner (2000, page 636) as "a set of modules that operates on the perceptual information relating to the form and structure of the words and objects".
Examples of this perceptual learning effect have been extensively observed in a wide variety of procedures and species (see Mitchell & Hall, in press, for a recent review).
As you know; the growth of child's motor abilities need to the growth & development of perceptual & physical abilities & motor-perceptual abilities & perceptual abilities includes cognitive behaviors & also mental-motor behaviors [9].
The aim of this study was to compare the effects of intermittent cold-water immersion and massage on perceptual and performance markers of recovery by basketball players after competitive matches.
Grounding geographic information in perceptual operations.
com)-- A new study by the Perceptual Development Corporation (PDC) revealed that perceptual processing difficulties, such as dyslexia, can result in difficulties in more than 20 different areas, including reading, attention and concentration, driving, listening, math, music, depth perception and computer use, just to name a few.