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  • 1. PERCEPTION N.V.V.Prasad, M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D Assistant Professor in Physics, Co-ordinator Training and Placements. [email_address] Sri Sarathi Institute of Engineering and Technology Nuzvid – 521 201, Krishna (D.T)., A.P., India. By
  • 2. PERCEPTION
    • Perception is how you look at others and
    • the world around you.  How you look at the
    • world depends on what you think of yourself
  • 3. PERCEPTION
    • How many legs does this elephant have?
    • Illusions are used to show that our senses can be
    • tricked-this happens in communication when there is
    • a difference in what we expect and what really is happening. (Not to mention, their attention getters)
  • 4.
    • Perceptual Process- you select the information, you organize it, and you interpret it.
    • Count the Black Dots
  • 5. Perceptions and culture- most people communicate best with people of similar culture. Your perception and attributions affect the way you communicate.
  • 6. Thank U N.V.V. Prasad M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D

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