1. Perception is a process by whichindividuals organise and interpret theirsensory impressions in order to givemeaning to their environment. - Stephen Robins
2. Factors Influencing Factors in the Perceiver Attitudes Perception Motives Interests Experience Expectations Factors in the situation Time PERCEPTION Work Setting Social Setting Factors in the target Novelty Motion Sounds Size Background Proximity Similarity
3. What do you see? What do you see? What do you see?
4. Theres a face... and the wordliar
5. Is the left center circle bigger?
6. No, theyre both the same size
7. Its a spiral, right?
8. No, these are a bunch of independent circles
9. What do you see ?
10. A couple or a skull?
11. Count the black dots!
12. 0 (ZERO)
13. What do you see?
14. Do you see the three faces?
15. Process of Perception 1. Confrontation of stimulus The Individual comes face to face with another Individual/group/object/situation/problem
16. Process of Perception 2. Registration The individual registers the stimulus and it’s gravity
17. Process of Perception 3. Interpretation The individual tries to understand the real meaning of the situation.
18. Process of Perception 4. Feedback The individual evaluates the strength and weakness and gives a quick feedback to the sensory motor.
19. Process of Perception 5. Reaction The individual gives the response in terms of reaction that can be positive, negative or neutral, depending upon the mutual interaction between the stimulus and the individual.