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apperceive

(ăp′ər-sēv′)
tr.v. apper·ceived, apper·ceiving, apper·ceives
1. To perceive (something) while being conscious of perceiving.
2. To perceive (something) in terms of past experience.
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These results support the importance of apperceived input in the acquisition of intonation phonology.
apperceived, it acquired greater permanence in the mind.
The contents of apperceived representations need not be directly related to the stimulus environment.
It is all the more modern since it concentrates not on nature per se, but on human nature, on the means by which nature is apperceived. To a degree it relies on the notion that humans are hardwired, so to speak, that they will respond to stimuli ...
Based on our experience with 0.5 [micrometer] MESFETs technology, it was apperceived that the 300 [micrometer] MODFET would be an excellent choice for the forestated requirements.
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Sellars characterizes sensations as nonphysiological, conscious, and even "perceived." But he denies that they can be apperceived, noticed, or observed.