Perception (Five Stages of Perception (Stage Three (Interpretation…
Five Stages of Perception
Influenced by your needs, wants, experiences, and valued beliefs. Can be either physical or emotional.
The evaluations of the third stage is stored for retrieval at a later date.
Things that look similar are perceived to belong together and to form a single whole unit.
Your perceive things that don't look alike to not belong with one another and don't go together to form a single piece or unit.
Using closeness as a rule you can find out who is together or who are friends with one another.
You will recall information about somebody but not remember specific details about them.
You fail to recall information about a stereotype and there is nowhere for that information to go.
The information you recall is drastically different from the stereotype that you remember.
The tendency to give your attention to those things that make you fulfill your needs.
Your exposure to things that confirm your beliefs and help you achieve your goals.