Assignment No. 3 in General Psychology (1st Sem, AY 2011-2012)

1. How does learning affect perception? What is the difference between a hallucination and an illusion? Can illusions be explained? Explain.


2. What is the difference between sensation and perception?


3. Write your own dream (any dream in the past, during your childhood, teenage, or just recently). Do you think there is a relevance of your dream in your life? What makes you "dream?"  

49 comments:

Jehdama Teja said...

ANSWER:

1) Learning and Perception are intertwined. They are relatively connected with each other. When we say Learning, it is a term used referring to a relatively permanent change in behavior that is a result of past experience or practice. It includes classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and perceptual learning. While Perception on the other hand, is a general term referring to the awareness of objects, qualities, or events stimulating the sense organs; it also refers to a person’s experience of the world. So when one perceives something through his environment, he then learns it and somehow puts it into practice.

* Sensation is the pickup of information by our sensory receptors, for example the eyes, ears, skin, nostrils, and tongue. In vision, sensation occurs as rays of light are collected by the two eyes and focused on the retina. In hearing, sensation occurs as waves of pulsating air are collected by the outer ear and transmitted through the bones of the middle ear to the cochlear nerve.
Perception is the interpretation of what is sensed. The physical events transmitted to the retina may be interpreted as a particular color, pattern, or shape. The physical events picked up by the ear may be interpreted as musical sounds, a human voice, noise, and so forth.

* Hallucination means thinking about a object which has no real existance whereas illusion means getting wrong perception about a object which has a real existance.
Hallucination is not real whereas illusion is real but which is related to mind problem.
Man who has psychological problem can face hallucination whereas illusion just create from odd environment.
Thinking about a ghost is hallucination whereas thinking a rope as a snake in a dark night is illusion.

* Yes. An illusion is a distortion of the senses, revealing how the brain normally organizes and interprets sensory stimulation. While illusions distort reality, they are generally shared by most people.[1] Illusions may occur with more of the human senses than vision, but visual illusions, optical illusions, are the most well known and understood. The emphasis on visual illusions occurs because vision often dominates the other senses. The term illusion refers to a specific form of sensory distortion. Unlike a hallucination, which is a distortion in the absence of a stimulus, an illusion describes a misinterpretation of a true sensation. For example, hearing voices regardless of the environment would be a hallucination, whereas hearing voices in the sound of running water (or other auditory source) would be an illusion.

2) Sensation is the pickup of information by our sensory receptors, for example the eyes, ears, skin, nostrils, and tongue. In vision, sensation occurs as rays of light are collected by the two eyes and focused on the retina. In hearing, sensation occurs as waves of pulsating air are collected by the outer ear and transmitted through the bones of the middle ear to the cochlear nerve.

Perception is the interpretation of what is sensed. The physical events transmitted to the retina may be interpreted as a particular color, pattern, or shape. The physical events picked up by the ear may be interpreted as musical sounds, a human voice, noise, and so forth.

3) If God's willing, my dream is to become a successful business owner. I want to put up my own business since it is much better than working as an employee in a certain company. There are also lot of benefits I can enjoy when I have my own business. I can have my own time and be more productive and useful in the kind of business I wanted to put up.

I want to pursue this dream to be able to help my parents. I also have a wide plan in my mind pertaining to my personal views and goals.

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Jehdama Teja
BSBA

Anonymous said...

RACHEL R. BAGUIO
BSCS-1
Sep.13,2011


Answers:

1.It depends upon an individuals perception of learning,sensations can help enhance a person's will of learning, or it can hurt them.For me,theres no difference between hallucination and illusion because they are the same and it have been defined as the "perception of a monexistent object or event"and "sensory experiences that are not cause by stimulation of the relevant sensory organs".Hallucinations or illusions involve hearing,seeing,feeling smell and even tasting things that are not real.For me,the illusion is thinking by person who is not true and it just only in his/her mind.



2.Sensation refers to sensing our environment through touch,taste,sight,sound,and smell.This information is sent to our brain and that's when perception comes into play.Perception is the way we interpret these sensations and therefore make sense of everything around us.
Sensation couldn't exist without perception and perception could't exist without sensation.They're not the same but they're related.



3.I have a dreamed about my grandmother.After a month she died,she told me in my dream to come together with her and i like the case to go with her but my mind suddenly changed.I believed that we dream because of being tired so what we think is we dreamed and i say that dream has relevant to my life because even if my grandmother done, i can saw her even just to dream.

Anonymous said...

legaspi, beverly s.
bscs-1
09-13-11
1. Learning affects perception if we learned localization,we turn towards the soure of sounds familiar to us.
Hallucinations are unique to the individual concerned and impression of sensory vividuess arising from inner, mental factors.The latin original hallucination or alucination means to dream, to talk idly, to wonder mentally while the Illusion is an impression from experience which does not correctly represent the objective situation outside the observer. It may be used to denote error in immediate perception.Yes, Illusions are experienced in the same way by all people.

2.Sensation is the simple experience that arises from the stimulation of the sense organ while the perception very simply refers to the interpretation of a stimulus as differentiated from the simple experience of stimulation.

3.my past dream when I was teenage, in my dream I went to the wheel then I pitch water.My mother saw me I walked while I'm sleeping. For me they dont have relevance in my life of this dream.

Mary Lare Alexine M. Rivera said...

Mary Lare Alexine M. Rivera
BSA - 1

Answers:
1. There are also beliefs in the ability of inanimate objects to be moved by mental power. Hallucinations are false perceptions that occur under abnormal conditions while illusion may be defined as a perception which is common but usually considered mistaken. Yes. Perception is selective and object and its properties are constant and unchanging.
2. Sensation which considers the mechanisms of receiving information while perception which considers the received information and past experiences.
3. When I dream in the past, I went to the province, or my uncle's house. I walked around in the village and I see the meadows, houses and others I like to go. Yes. Dreams for me is either real life and the legend that will give a good influence in my life.

ivy roy paring said...

Ivy Roy Paring
BSIT-1


1.)Learning and Perception are intertwined. They are relatively connected with each other. When we say Learning, it is a term used referring to a relatively permanent change in behavior that is a result of past experience or practice. It includes classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and perceptual learning. While Perception on the other hand, is a general term referring to the awareness of objects, qualities, or events stimulating the sense organs; it also refers to a personals experience of the world. So when one perceives something through his environment, he then learns it and somehow puts it into practice.
Hallucination happens when a person sees, hears, feels or smells something that is not actually present, otherwise known as the absence of a stimuli (something that influences one to react). For example, the person who's hallucinating may see cars racing right in front of him when in fact nothing's there; of he may hear multiple voices around and yet he is alone; or he may feel that spiders are crawling all over him but there's none at all.While the illusions on the other hand are perceptions, where as hallucinations are not. As you watch a magician walk through a mirror for instance, your brain creates an assumption that the magician is indeed walking through the mirror, however, it was only a trick. In this case, you just made an illusion, a misinterpretation of your true senses. In the earlier example about the racing cars, you may have an illusion that the cars were floating as you actually see them pass by.

2.)The difference between sensation and perception,sensation is the pickup of information by our sensory receptors,for example the eyes,ears,skin,nostrils,and tongue.In vision , sensation occurs as rays of light are collected by the two eyes and focused on the retina.In hearing, sensation occurs as waves of pulsating air are collected by the outer ear and trasmitted through the bones of the middle ear to the cochlear nerve.While the perseption is the interpretation of what is sensed. The physical events trasmitted to the retina may be interpreted as aparticular color, pattern, or shape.The physical events picked up bythe ear may be interpreted as musical sound ,a human voice , niose ,and so forth.

3.)I remembered when i was a child, I had a dream i was playing with my friends and i then later i stopped playing because i want to urinate and done to pee, suddenly i woke up because i was pee on the bed.

ghine said...

Daodoy Regine T.
BSIT-1
ANSWERS:
1. For me,If you Learn something new, say, that the world is going to end in one week. Your perception of the world and how you act accordingly is going to be different than if you were ignorant of the destruction. That is an extreme example for me; it could also be applied to every day facts you learn in school that could also potentially change your Perception.Hallucination means thinking about a object which has no real existence whereas Illusion means getting wrong perception about a object which has a real existence.For me,Hallucination is not real whereas Illusion is real but which is related to mind problem.
2. Sensation is the process of receiving the stimulus by the sense organ while the Perception is giving of meaning or interpretation to the stimulus by the brain to respond when the receptor is excited.
3. I have always previously dream my sister, she always included wherever I go and all I want to buy she buy it.So I go home, because of being dreaming of it and she seems to have similarities of vacation in my dream of my sister's arrival.I think I'm dreaming because of being tired or thinking someone.

Anonymous said...

Pagaling, Fherly F.
2nd Year BSHRM
General Psychology
Wednesday 1:00-4:00pm

1. How does learning affect perception? What is the difference between a hallucination and an illusion? Can illusions be explained? Explain.

Learning affects perception. Perceptual development involves both physical maturation and learning. Certain perceptual abilities are innate or they develop shortly after birth, whereas others require particular kinds of experiences in order to develop. There are critical periods for the development of certain perceptual abilities. The normal biological development of the perceptual systems depends upon certain sensory experiences as had been shown by a number of visual deprivation studies, manipulation of visual input, and restored vision studies.

Hallucination is defined as a perception in a conscious and awake state in the absence of external stimuli which have qualities of real perception while an Illusion is a misrepresentation of the relationships between a percept and a physical stimulus object that evokes it.

Illusions can be explained. Under some circumstances, perceptions tend to be misleading. They give us erroneous pictures (called illusions) of our environment. Although visual illusions are the easiest to illustrate in print, there are illusions involving the other senses. For example, a scratchy woolen sweater can be perceived as ants crawling on the wearer’s back.

2. What is the difference between sensation and perception?

Sensation refers to the process through which are sense organs receive and transmit information while perception means the processing and interpretation of the sensory information. Sensation is the physiological arousal of a sense organ by a stimulus while Perception is the process of interpreting sensations making them meaningful.

3. Write your own dream (any dream in the past, during your childhood, teenage, or just recently). Do you think there is a relevance of your dream in your life? What makes you "dream?"

When I was in high school I dreamed that I was in Disneyland. I was taking pictures and playing in mountains made of ice with my friends. While in the Ice Mountains, our airplane arrived to fetch us home. Heading to the airplane, I took a last look at Disneyland and then I woke up.

I think my dream is relevant to my life. I feel that the aim of my dream is to fulfill my wishes in life. My dream also served as a mean of releasing my mental tension, resolving conflicts, and compensating for the things that are lacking in my waking life. My dream also helped me strengthen my daytime memories.

I believe what makes me dream is when I always think of a wish or a situation that I wanted to happen in real life. Sigmund Freud and other psychoanalysts also believe that unconscious impulses are responsible for dreams.

Anonymous said...

BS IT-1
James van Arvin c. escleo
1.Illusion
Illusion is a kind of wrong perception.
In illusion, an external stimulus is always present. In other words, illusions are caused by external stimulations.
Hallucination
Hallucination is a false perception.
In hallucination, no external stimulus is present. Hallucinations are caused by internal stimulations.
2. sensation is turning physical energy into neural signals

perception is selecting, organizing, and interpreting our sensations

Mae F.Roa BSCS-I said...

1.Learning affects perception because when you learn something in a way that someone teaches you, or you have seen, you will always know it in that way, therefore blocking your capacity of perception in other ways. Example, someone learned to steal since early childhood, he or she will think that way is the only way and that it is correct, making difficult for them to be aware of their wrong doing.
A hallucination is something your mind see's that really isn't there while an illusion is something in the environment that's meant to trick your perception of it and your mind.
Yes,anyone can believe anything they see, but beliefs hold no requirement to objective reality, nor does seeing, by itself, necessarily point to something out there.Moreover, seeing does not require a person to believe in what they see, as the adage seems to assert.

2.Sensation refers to the things in our environment that are registered by the five senses(sense of smell,taste,touch,vision and hearing) while perception is how people interpret sensations.Perception would be how one interprets music or color.The way we perceive sensations is what makes us different from one another.

3.I was always dreaming that I'm gathering money on road.My dream has no relevance in my life but sometimes,some of my dreams come true.
Our subconscious stores thoughts, sights, sounds all through the day. These emotions and thoughts needs a release. Through our dreams all these events that happened throughout our everyday events gets all muttered up together. So when we dream they may come out confused or mixed up. This is a release for our subconscious.

Anonymous said...

Ann Mel Rose D. Espartero
BSA-1

1.learning affect perception by someone who is educated on any given subject will have a different perception on the subject than someone who is unfamiliar.
-Hallucination means thinking about a object which has no real existence whereas illusion means getting wrong perception about a object which has a real existence.
-yes, because as we create an illision we imagine a thing or someone that tend to be happen.

2.Sensation is the result of your body's senses sensing something: heat, cold, pain, moisture, dryness.
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Perception is how you view your world, what you see and fail to see in it, what you see that isn't there, etc.

3.last last i dreamed that i joined the contest of miss universe 2011.that i'm the most beautiful that night and i won the miss universe 2011.
-yes, because someday i want to become a beauty queen.
-it's because of my imagination.

Anonymous said...

Meriam Ogatis
BSIT-1

1.Illusions of ten result due to mistakens judments or erroneousvision.An error in estimating to an object is due to mistaken judment.A bright often appears larger than a dark object of same dimensions.When objects of contrasting colors are placed and close vicinity a certain color may be mistaken to be another.This is an error in sensing the object.

2.It includes your sights,sounds,tastes,touches,and smeels.If you walk into a room you cannot help that you saw that fly on the wall or that the room smelt of colors.However how you perceive is different.It can vary according to may experience.

3.I think I remenber a fair amount from my childhood.I am close with my brother and sisters and most of my memories are pleasant ones during just regular day to day streff with them.We would sled a lo in the winter,play video games,read together.I can recall specifiv instances of just goofing around and things we still joke about now,on occasions.I would say L had very happy childhood.

Anonymous said...

ROVILYN A. DALAPAG
BSA-1

1.) If you learn something new, say, that the world is going to end in one week. Your perception of the world and how you act accordingly is going to be different than if you were ignorant of the destruction.
-Hallucinations have several important qualities. They take place in the same space and at the same time as other real perceptions.
-The stimulus is perceived as an object, but not corresponding to the source. That is to say, both the stimulus and object are present, but different from each other. This is an illusion.
-yes, because as we create illusion we are imagining a thing or someone that are meant to happen.

2.)Sensations can be defined as the passive process of bringing information from the outside world into the body and to the brain.
Perception is how you view your world, what you see and fail to see in it, what you see that isn't there, etc.

3.)last month i dreamed that i was the most riches person in the world that i can buy everything even the life of the poor people.
-i think it has a relevance to my life because in the future i want to become a rich and successful person.
-what maks me dream? i think the only thing that makes me dream is by reminizing the happy and sweet memories of my life.

Anonymous said...

Gayagaya,Angelie BEED-1
1.The learning affect perception through the sense organs is to creat a one thing that sometimes this is not true.The difference between a hallucination and an illusion,is hallucination is false perceptions occuring in the absence of sensory experience,or fancied perception by senses of something not-existent things.The illusion is a perceptions that does not agree with other more trust worthy perception or in the other meaning it is something perceived wrongly.Yes,because they have reason but but it is not true.This is for their safety.for their thingkinng they know what can they do for their self if it is not true.
2.The difference between sensation and perception.Sensation is the psychological even occuring when receptors are stimulated.Perception is a general term refering to the awareness objects,qualities or events stimulating the sense organs.
3.My past dream during childhood i remember when i was sleep the scared man or evil man want to get me,when im running i pray to god for my safety.when im running i cry until i wake up early in the morning.At my teenage i share my dream that i have dreamboy but i can't see her face he is a kindly man her body is like Derek Ramsey.I don't know why he come in my dream.Last 9th evening of September i dream my father he died.My cousin briggete call me and she said day[my nickname]i have a bad news don't panic clm down your self.Why? i said,then my mother get the cellphone in my cousin.day sorry your is died i cry and cry until i woke up,then i feel my eyes is wet.I remember my dreams.but it is not true.

Anonymous said...

Ronnel A. Mindanao
(BSBA)

1.Learning and Perception are intertwined. They are relatively connected with each other. When we say Learning, it is a term used referring to a relatively permanent change in behavior that is a result of past experience or practice. It includes classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and perceptual learning. While Perception on the other hand, is a general term referring to the awareness of objects, qualities, or events stimulating the sense organs; it also refers to a person’s experience of the world.

Difference of Hallucination and Illusion

A hallucination is to see something that is not real! For example, if you feel that you are seeing a cat that is flying, then you are experiencing a hallucination.

An illusion is to look at something real but to see it in a different way, like when you look at two horizontal lines but it feels like they are not actually horizontal.

Explain:
The illusion is that our brain makes mistakes about the relative depths of the two lines. We are used to seeing outside corners of buildings with lines sloping inward away from them.

2.sensation and perception play two complimentary but different roles in how we interpret our world. Sensation refers to the process of sensing our environment through touch, taste, sight, sound, and smell. This information is sent to our brains in raw form where perception comes into play. Perception is the way we interpret these sensations and therefore make sense of everything around us.

3.My Childhood Dreams
-When I was a child ,I always dreaming that I was a super hero flying and have a super powers like Superman,Spiderman and etc.

My Teenage Dreams
-When I grow up , That I always had my wife and where we married and how many children we will.

Anonymous said...

Shermine Ramos

1.)Affect the perception of learning is through if it has a remarkable person without a unique-taking behaviors or problems that can be carried remarkable.The difference between hallucination and illusion is Hallucination means thinking about a object which has no real existence where as illusions means getting wrong perception about object with has a real existence.
Example;
thinking about a ghost is hallucination where as thinking rope as a snake in a dark night is illusion.
Illusion an a misrepresentation of a "real" sensory stimulus that is an interpretation that contradicts objective "reality" as defined by general agreement.for example a child who perceives tree branches at night as if they are goblins may be said to be having an illusion.An illusion is distinguished from hallucination, an experience that seems to originate without an external source of stimulation.Neither experience is necessarily a sign of psychiatric disturbance and both are regularly and consistently reported by virtually everyone.

2.)The sensation feels like a woman when she was hurt,or detect once the joy of her own.The perception also is a form that uses the speech when someone has seen something remarkable or strange behavior of a person.

3.)The dream I remember when i was a kid about my brother passed away, I dream to have fun together and united.we are not having conflicts and we help each other in any activity and we succumb to the trials that come into our lives.
my theory is a great relevance in my life was my dream because it served as a memorial of my late brother even just say this dream we are there together with my brother one of the important in my life that were once two of us together like a happy dream.

Anonymous said...

analyn gabinete bse/1

1.]learning affect perception because it helps you to think and decide what is right and wrong.
hallucination is the apparent perception of an object not actually present while illusion is deception or illusion.yes because its is the product of mental disorder problem.

2. what the difference between sensation and perception?
Sensation is the consciousness of perceiving or seeming to perceive some state or condition of one's body or its parts or of the senses while perception is the faculty or an instance or perceiving.

3.Long time ago, i had dreamed with my co- remnants in the church we helped each other building a church, i think there's relevance in my dream because i can see that in our church we are helping each other for the desire of God. Bible says people dream because they had lots of cares.

Anonymous said...

FELITA CALIBOSO
BSE-1

1.Learning affect perception,by being aware of everything with the use of senses we learn.Hallucination is to create false in our mind while illusion is the belief or distortion in our mind,how the mind really organizes.Yes as the ancient adage, "seeing is believing" may seem to hold a key to objective truth, but does it? Of course anyone can believe anything they see, but beliefs hold no requirement to objective reality, nor does seeing, by itself, necessarily point to something "out there." Moreover, seeing does not require a person to believe in what they see, as the adage seems to assert.
2.Perception is the awareness of everything by the use of our senses while sensation is the capacity to have feelings or perception resulting from something that happens to or comes contact with the body.
3.One of my dreams reently was my father was killed.I think none.We dream because our brain recognizes itself and dream occurs during the rapid eye movement period of sleep, which is the period of high emotions during sleep.

Anonymous said...

Arabel May Razal
BSHRM-3

1. hallucination is something that your thinking but can't be seen or that thing that is not real.. While illusions believed to be real in our mind’s eye, but that is not actually real..

2. Sensations is the passive process of bringing information from the outside world into the body and to the brain. The process is passive in the sense that we are engage in sensing process. while Perception is how you view your world, what you see and fail to see in it, what you see that isn't there.

3.a month ago i dream about my dad..
a dream that my mom and dad was there that dream shows that we are happy family that time, that my mom and dad we're staying together..it has a relevance for me because i i was waiting for that moment that has not happen in real life but at least in dream it have come true :)...

Anonymous said...

Arabel May Razal
BSHRM-3

1. hallucination is something that your thinking but can't be seen or that thing that is not real.. While illusions believed to be real in our mind’s eye, but that is not actually real..

2. Sensations is the passive process of bringing information from the outside world into the body and to the brain. The process is passive in the sense that we are engage in sensing process. while Perception is how you view your world, what you see and fail to see in it, what you see that isn't there.

3.a month ago i dream about my dad..
a dream that my mom and dad was there that dream shows that we are happy family that time, that my mom and dad we're staying together..it has a relevance for me because i i was waiting for that moment thathas not happen in real life but at least in dream it have come true :)...

Anonymous said...

POTENCIO GLENDA S.
BSBA-1


1.Hallucination: any experiences. in our mind, but it esperience in true life.
Illusion: it can see but not in real life.

2.Perception: Ability to see our sorrundings.
Sensation: Ability to feel all sences.

3.When i was sleep. i dream about my newphew. My newphewwas coming here in taguig came from cebu. im so happy wuth my brother and sister, because they coming in our house, im also miss her. my dream is not to be done because wake early.

Anonymous said...

Madel B.Consulta
BSE-MATH

1.Learning and Perception are intertwined. They are relatively connected with each other. When we say Learning, it is a term used referring to a relatively permanent change in behavior that is a result of past experience or practice. It includes classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and perceptual learning. While Perception on the other hand, is a general term referring to the awareness of objects, qualities, or events stimulating the sense organs; it also refers to a person’s experience of the world. So when one perceives something through his environment, The brain has a strong tendency to organize various stimuli into objects which are seen as figures on grounds. Stability in our world is provided by our various perceptual constancies. Like in death, we perceive death because we make us of several monocular and binocular cues. These general principles help us to understand how perception works. The organisms or individual’s stage of development affects or influences the things he perceives through the things he learned.

2.Sensation is the result of your body's senses sensing something: heat, cold, pain, moisture, dryness, whatever. Your mind converts many sensations into "feelings" (a sensation with a name!) which can then, if you wish, express to others through an emotion (which means "moving out").

Perception is how you view your world, what you see and fail to see in it, what you see that isn't there,

3.when i was a child i was dreamed about a kingdom of chocolates , and there is a lot of chocolates in front of me ..
-yes there's a relevance because
it is natural for a child that dream about chocolate because being a child we are a lot of imaginations .
-after i dream .. for a few moment i am happy because i finally seen a lot of chocolates .

Anonymous said...

BEED-1
anjanette bubuli

1.someone who is educated on any given subject will have a different perception on the subject than someone who is unfamiliar. For example if I asked you "Why do objects have more high entropy than low entropy?" Odds are you arnt gonna have a clue (alone with 99% of everyone else) but a physicist would have a differnt point of view on the question.

To elaborate a little more..... If you learn something new, say, that the world is going to end in one week. Your perception of the world and how you act accordingly is going to be different than if you were ignorant of the destruction. That is an extreme example; it could also be applied to every day facts you learn in school that could also potentialy change your perception.
Sensation and Perception are two words that are often considered as words that convey the same meaning although they are different in their senses and connotations. The word

2.‘sensation’ is used in the sense of ‘feeling’, whereas the word ‘perception’ is used in the sense of ‘seeing’ or ‘sight’. This is the basic difference between the two words.
It is interesting to note that the word ‘sensation’ has its adjectival form in the word ‘sensational’, whereas the word ‘perception’ has its adjectival form in the word ‘perceptive’.

3.recently i was dream about new phone given by my mom since my phone lost three weeks ago, it is natural for me to dreamed about new phone , yes theres a relevance to my life because three days after i dream ,my dreams came true.

harold peter q medina said...

harold peter q medina
bshrm
1.
Perception of visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, or gustatory experiences without an external stimulus and with a compelling sense of their reality, usually resulting from a mental disorder or as a response to a drug.
The objects or events so perceived.
A false or mistaken idea; a delusion.


2.Sensation is the result of your body's senses sensing something: heat, cold, pain, moisture, dryness, whatever. Your mind converts many sensations into "feelings" (a sensation with a name!) which can then, if you wish, express to others through an emotion (which means "moving out").

3.

Anonymous said...

jean rose barja
beed

1.Learning and perception are interuined.they are relatively connected with each other,when we say learning.It is term used referring to a relatively permanent change in behavior that is a result of past experience or practice .It includes classical conditioning,operant,conditioning,and perceptual learning or events.I think my dream is true because it occurs in real life

2.Sensation is the pick up of information by our sensory receptors,for ex.the eyes,ears,skin,nostrils,and tongue.White perception is the interpitation of what is sensed.

3.when i was a young I remember i dream that I married in a white sand beach then I saw the priest when i was coming with a nearby white attire she tall, white but I never saw his face then all visitors sitting is all turned white also.

Mario Z.Recedes jr said...

Mario Z. Recedes Jr.
bshrm 2



1.A hallucination, in broadest sense of the word is a perception in the absence of a stimulus. In a stricter sense hallucinations are defined as perceptions in a conscious and awake state in the absence of external stimuli which have qualities of real perception, in that they are vivid substantial, and located in external objective space. The latter definition distinguishes hallucinations from the related phenomena of dreaming, which does not involve wakefulness; illusion, which involves distorted or misinterpreted real perception; imagery which does not mimic real perception and is under voluntary control and pseudohallucination, which does not mimic real perception but is not under voluntary control....


2.the operation or function of the senses; perception or awareness of stimuli through the senses.

a mental condition or physical feeling resulting from stimulation of a sense organ or from internal bodily change, as cold or pain.

Physiology. the faculty of perception of stimuli.
a general feeling not directly attributable to any given stimulus, as discomfort, anxiety, or doubt.

a mental feeling, esp. a state of excited feeling.


3.my dream is to have a beautiful wife in my future and to have a happy big family.

Anonymous said...

ROSECHELL I. MATA
BSIT-1
Answer in general psychology



1. Great connectivity and its effect on studying all of us.
Being aware of changes with the senses.
The review is further enhanced our awareness of the senses of being.
The difference in the illusion of hallucinations, the hallucinations seming to see not present.
Imagination not only the mind of man.
We thought we find something but sometimes I do not shovel.
Illusion also are different from hallucinations idea because it sees only the picture and its different to the reality.

2.It is able to feel or sensitive.
It has special power of the human body by Which person is concious of things.
The difference also its perceptions are organized in sensation.
Development and aware to change.

3.The dream I had about this frightening sad because I loved I inevitably life.Now girl to dream of such things yet the only difference Unlike place.
I think all yun is connected to whatever I dream of my life for myself.
We all know that before we prosper we will experience difficulty.
I must say that I connected it is a pity yun dream I wake up I still feel my sadness.
Scary to think it can happen in the coming days.
Much suffering and pain on my experience, testing towards my goal in life.

roldhan_27 said...

Roldhan A. Dasalla
1st YR BSIT


1.Perception affects the learning thru our sensation. like in sense of sight, in what we see the eye convert the things in to a data so that brain wil be able to process it to learning and saved it into our memory.Hallucination means thinking about a object which has no real existence whereas illusion means getting wrong perception about a object which has a real existence.
Hallucination is not real whereas illusion is real but which is related to mind problem.
Man who has psychological problem can face hallucination whereas illusion just create from odd environment.
Thinking about a ghost is hallucination whereas thinking a rope as a snake in a dark night is illusioin. Illusion can be explain but there`s no person would understand because only you could able to see what your mind thinking of.

2.Sensation is the pickup of information by our sensory receptors, for example the eyes, ears, skin, nostrils, and tongue. Perception is the interpretation of what is sensed.

3.I`d have a dreams recently(september 17, 2011), its all about my mom and I, we had a DOTA battle between my mom and I, and it`s so unbelievable. My mom so great when it comes in that games in my dreams, she defeated me many times, Then when our time has already stopped. I`ve been woke up. It has a big relevance with me, why? because it shows a good nor great relation between me and my mom.There are many factors that makes me dream, sometimes when i am thinking before i asleep or when i`m pressured or sometimes when i`m tired.

Anonymous said...

1.it affect my mind that takes me for a wrong expectation to someone. HALLUCINATION is known disturbance and can occur any of the senses above.this maybe like, seeing in peripheral vision,or hearing faint noises and or voices.ILLUSION is distortion of the senses ,revealing how the brain organizes and interprets sensory stimulation.

2.sensation it is the process of the senses while perception it is the process of attaining awareness or understanding of the environment by organizing and interpreting sensory information.

3.i remembered my dream when i was a kid that i can fly ,that's my favorite dream.that i remembered.it takes me inspired when was remembered that.

GOMEZ, ESTELITA G. BSBA

Alfredo F. Lazaro Jr. said...

BSCS-I

1.)Learning affects our perception because once you learn something it's cataloged in your brain forever.Learning new things can make you look at the same object in different ways. And when you learn something new you never look at it the same way as you did before hence affecting your perception.A hallucination is something your mind see's that really isn't there (your mind's fault) an illusion is something in the environment that's meant to trick your perception of it and your mind. (Environments fault, not your minds) Yes, illusions can be explained, an illusion is a distortion of the senses, revealing how the brain normally organizes and interprets sensory stimulation.


2.)Sensation is the result of your body's senses sensing something: heat, cold, pain, moisture, dryness, whatever. Your mind converts many sensations into "feelings" which can then, if you wish, express to others through an emotion while perception is how you view your world, what you see and fail to see in it, what you see that isn't there, etc.

3.)Last night I dreamed about like the end of the world where my family,friends and classmates were there. I think there is a relevance of my dreams in my life.When one dreams our conscious mind shuts down to a degree. During REM{rapid eye movement} sleep our subconscious mind appears to be activated. The subconscious mind creates dreams and is both imaginative and intuitive.

Anonymous said...

AIZA A.ESCLEO
BSE-ENG.

1)learning do affect perception it is on how you acquire knowledge,or it is on how you earn knowledge to your mind,then your perception will improved.
The hallucination is any of numerous auditory,visual or tactile perceptions that have no external cause or stimulus while an illusion is a false misleading,or overlay optimistic idea.
Yes.illusion can be explain because it is caused by various or different physical and mental disorder or by reaction to some substances and manifested as visual or auditory images.

2)Sensation is an activity of the senses while the perception is the act or faculty or apprehending by means of the senses.

3)At my high school time I dreamed about monsters,witches and other different creatures,with strong fear because they're close next to me as I am running I'd quickly knew that I am only dreaming at that time, so I'd wish with no seconds of time wasted I wished I could fly and it happened and then after that I look back then I saw a big Gate that blocked the way of those monsters.After that I'd quickly out of my bed.That was not the very first time happened that I knew that,that adventure is only a dream, I remember that if it is about unknown creatures I dreamed about,I'd quickly awakened and before that I could also wished.
yes there is a relevance with that dream in my life because I believe that those monsters stands for trials that would came in my life and the moment I wished and quickly commanded stands for prayer that means to say if I pray wholeheartedly god will heard, guide me and help me to passed those trials.

Anonymous said...

MARK ANGELO M.BASILIO
BSIT-1

1.Perceptions vary from person to person. Different people perceive different things about the same situation. But more than that, we assign different meanings to what we perceive. And the meanings might change for a certain person. One might change one's perspective or simply make things mean something else.where you see things that isn't really there. it's very common in kids younger than 6 because of their vivid imagination. it's where you can't tell imagination from reality so you could see and feel spiders crawling on you but their not really there.Illusion is an error experienced by someone who is misled (illudere) by the nature of evidence or the seductive appearance of something that deceives. The deceiver may be personified (Descartes's "evil genius") or limited to a physical or physiological cause (the illusions of the senses), or even an ontological structure (the Platonic myth of the cave). yes, because its can explained by any of psychologist..

2.Sensation is the result of your body's senses sensing something: heat, cold, pain, moisture, dryness, whatever. Your mind converts many sensations into "feelings" (a sensation with a name!) which can then, if you wish, express to others through an emotion (which means "moving out").

Perception is how you view your world, what you see and fail to see in it, what you see that isn't there, etc. Dr. Alfred Adler was the first psychologist to speak of perceptions and subjectivity in psychology. He spoke of the "perceptual schema" which is, essentially, the framework through which you see your personal world.

3.my dreams is very complicated to explain,why? because no one can explain my dreams.its just like a difficult to achieve.It is related to my own dream into my life because many hard trials that comes to me before i achieve this goals.

Anonymous said...

jessica laggui
BSED

1. Learning affects perception in a good way because if you learn, you will see and understand things that you want. It will you determine the things that you might know in the future.
The difference between hallucination and illusion: Hallucination is a false perception, an apparent perception w/out any corresponding object. If you hallucinate you see strange things in your mind because of illness or drugs. Illusion is false belief which you think is true. Illusion is also something w/c you think you see clearly but does not really exist.
Yes, illusion can be explained because when you have a problem you of something that make you comfort. It is also depend on your feeling and you assumed that this thing will be yours.




2. The difference between sensation and perception: Sensation is a feeling, especially a physical feeling. If something is a sensation, it causes great excitement. Perception is the recognition of things, especially the sense of sight. Someone who has perception realizes or notices things that are not obvious. Your perception of something or someone is your understanding of them.



3. My dream is when I was walking in a forest, no one is there. I continue to walk and I saw a chair, a wooden chair. I sat to that chair and was able to sleep. When I awakened I saw a big horse. I don’t know what to do because the horse gets nearer to me. I am very afraid that time; I was able to run fast just t get away from the horse. When I was running, the horse is also running behind me. I’m so scared and frightened to the horse. That time I pray to God that the horse disappear, lead me away from the horse and take me to a safety place. I’ll just keep on praying until I awakened.
Yes, there is a relevance of dream to my life because this dream will make us afraid and happy depends on what you have been dreaming. We think that It is going to happen in real. We dream because we see pictures and events in our mind while we are asleep. Dream is a situation or event which we often think about because you would very much like it to happen.

Anonymous said...

Carbonilla,Charlina Dawn H.
BSBA-1

1.without learning you dont know anything. if you dont know anything how could you even hope to perceive the meanings to the questions that will be on your tests.

An illusion is usually done by some one on purpose such as a magic trick, an Hallucination is usually the result of an illness or drugs or alcohol , you are not in control of an Hallucination.

Yes, "seeing is believing" may seem to hold a key to objective truth, but does it? Of course anyone can believe anything they see, but beliefs hold no requirement to objective reality, nor does seeing, by itself, necessarily point to something "out there." Moreover, seeing does not require a person to believe in what they see, as the adage seems to assert.


2.Sensation is the result of your body's senses sensing something: heat, cold, pain, moisture, dryness, whatever. Your mind converts many sensations into "feelings" (a sensation with a name!) which can then, if you wish, express to others through an emotion (which means "moving out").

Perception is how you view your world, what you see and fail to see in it, what you see that isn't there, etc. Dr. Alfred Adler was the first psychologist to speak of perceptions and subjectivity in psychology. He spoke of the "perceptual schema" which is, essentially, the framework through which you see your personal world.

3.

Anonymous said...

CONINGCO GELAINE J.
BSBA 1

1.Learning affect perception because perception is a judgement or what is your outlook of things,but learning coincide with the ability to have more wider views or the opinion.
Hallucination it the perception of objects that are not real while illusion it is the mistaken idea or misleading visual image.
Yes I think illusion can be explain because it is the process of constructual thinking wether it is not concrete or make believe.
2.Sensation it is a bodily feeling while perception it is the act or result of perceiving or an ability to understand.
3.When i dream my father that he is not dead we go to church together,yes sometimes it is relevance.When Im so tired it makes me dream.

Anonymous said...

ANGELA V. DE ASIS
BEED 1


1 I think illusions are you having wrong ideas about the situation while not necessaily seeing anything hallucinatoins are non existent sensory perceptions . im not sure can illusions be explained because you can only be an illusions if you live an island on your own .



2.Perception Adding a meaning to the sensation by the help past experience .a feeling the result of messages from the body's sensory receptore regesting in the brain as a information about the environment of simply sensation is a process of accepting the stimilus by the sense

3.

Anonymous said...

LAILA R. REMOT
BSA-1
5110073
SEPT. 24, 2011



1. Perception (the way a person thinks) and the senses (hearing, sight, taste, touch, and smell) effect learning through the interpretation of the input. example. a blind person can not learn to read a standard book. and thus must learn to read Braille. the brain adapts to the sensory input it receives different parts of the brain develop for different senses. and touch is separated by body parts. learning can be affected by many variable with in the environment if a person can not hear due to a loud noice competeing with the verbal instructions of the instructor,then he can not think about the instructions given. mental health can also effect the way a person thinks thus altering the perseption example Depression can change the way a person thinks resulting in low acheivement but not necessarily inteligence. The perception of the individual instructor can effect learning also. Bias is a big hinderance to learning.
HALLUCINATION- It is the experience of perceiving objects or events that do not have an external source, such as hearing one’s name called by a voice that no one else seems to hear. A hallucination is distinguished from an illusion, which is a misinterpretation of an actual stimulus. while,
ILLUSION-is an error experienced by someone who is misled (illudere) by the nature of evidence or the seductive appearance of something that deceives. The deceiver may be personified (Descartes's "evil genius") or limited to a physical or physiological cause (the illusions of the senses), or even an ontological structure (the Platonic myth of the cave). However, the subject can create his own illusion by taking his desires for reality. It is this last formulation that is embodied in the Freudian approach to illusion, defined as a belief primarily motivated by the realization of a desire. To that extent the illusion has much in common with dreams and dreaming, where the philosophers of antiquity had situated it. Can illusions be explained? for me yes cause everything has had an explanation.

2. Sensation is an actual physical action felt by one of your sense. Sensaton of being cold, goose bumps, sensation of being hot, perspiration, sensation of cold water on warm skin
Perception is an mental or spiritual sense. Perception ic howyou think cold water would feel on warm skin. or how you feel a date went without asking your date what they thought.

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Anonymous said...

PAGKALIWAGAN ZAIDAN O,
BSA-1
5110067
ANSWER
1)Someone who is educated on any given subject will have a different perception on the subject than someone who is unfamiliar. If you learn something new, say, that the world is going to end in one week. Your perception of the world and how you act accordingly is going to be different than if you were ignorant of the destruction. That is an extreme example; it could also be applied to every day facts you learn in school that could also potentialy change your perception.

Diffirence between hallucination and perception:
Hallucination means thinking about a object which has no real existence whereas illusion means getting wrong perception about a object which has a real existence.
Hallucination is not real whereas illusion is real but which is related to mind problem.
Man who has psychological problem can face hallucination whereas illusion just create from odd environment.
Thinking about a ghost is hallucination whereas thinking a rope as a snake in a dark night is an illusions.

We can explain how the special effects and optical illusions are produced, however knowing the truth does not lesson the enjoyment of the experience. Rather they are are more fun just because you know. No good optical illusion is ever ruined by the truth.
The effects which you see at a mystery spot are deliberate; driven by spatial distortion and misdirection. They are cunning perspective and spatial illusions designed to boggle the senses, and they work very well.

2)sensation and perception play two complimentary but different roles in how we interpret our world. Sensation refers to the process of sensing our environment through touch, taste, sight, sound, and smell. This information is sent to our brains in raw form where perception comes into play. Perception is the way we interpret these sensations and therefore make sense of everything around us.

3)My dreams is about my family. When i was in high school, I dreamed that my family have a out of town swimming.We are so happy that time. Then suddenly, my father said that my mother was missing. I was shock because I saw her earlier, she was prepared lunch for us. So, I told to my father that I don't believe him.
Then when I woke up, I wasn't forget my dreams and I realized that even though my mother and I was not really close to each other; still I'd love her.

Anonymous said...

Jessica Laggui
BSED

1. Learning affects perception in a good way because if you learn, you will see and understand things that you want. It will you determine the things that you might know in the future.
The difference between hallucination and illusion: Hallucination is a false perception, an apparent perception w/out any corresponding object. If you hallucinate you see strange things in your mind because of illness or drugs. Illusion is false belief which you think is true. Illusion is also something w/c you think you see clearly but does not really exist.
Yes, illusion can be explained because when you have a problem you of something that make you comfort. It is also depend on your feeling and you assumed that this thing will be yours.




2. The difference between sensation and perception: Sensation is a feeling, especially a physical feeling. If something is a sensation, it causes great excitement. Perception is the recognition of things, especially the sense of sight. Someone who has perception realizes or notices things that are not obvious. Your perception of something or someone is your understanding of them.



3. My dream is when I was walking in a forest, no one is there. I continue to walk and I saw a chair, a wooden chair. I sat to that chair and was able to sleep. When I awakened I saw a big horse. I don’t know what to do because the horse gets nearer to me. I am very afraid that time; I was able to run fast just t get away from the horse. When I was running, the horse is also running behind me. I’m so scared and frightened to the horse. That time I pray to God that the horse disappear, lead me away from the horse and take me to a safety place. I’ll just keep on praying until I awakened.
Yes, there is a relevance of dream to my life because this dream will make us afraid and happy depends on what you have been dreaming. We think that It is going to happen in real. We dream because we see pictures and events in our mind while we are asleep. Dream is a situation or event which we often think about because you would very much like it to happen.

Anonymous said...

BALLESTEROS GENETH JOY
BSHRM-2

1.Learning affects our perception because once you learn something it's cataloged in your brain forever. As your growing up you learn either by doing, figuring out for yourself or you are taught what you need to know. Learning new things can make you look at the same object in several different ways. And when you learn something new you never look at it the same way as you did before hence affecting your perception. Example: If you always looked at an apple as just a red ball you can eat and someone teaches you that it is an apple a piece of fruit that can make apple juice, can be eaten and turned into many things than you will never go back to saying the apple is a red ball you can eat you will always know it is a piece of fruit that's called an apple because someone told you it was.
Difference bet. Hallucination and Illusion;

if we say Hallucination it is a profound distortion in a person's perception of reality, typically accompanied by a powerful sense of reality. An hallucination may be a sensory experience in which a person can see, hear, smell, taste, or feel something that is not there.
and if we say Illusion it is a perception that occurs when a sensory stimulus is present but is incorrectly perceived and misinterpreted, such as hearing the wind as someone crying. Everyone may occasionally experience an illusion. However, illusions are extraordinarily common in people suffering from schizophrenia.


2.Difference bet.sensation and perception:
if we say sensation it is an impression, or the consciousness of an impression, made upon the central nervous organ, through the medium of a sensory or afferent nerve or one of the organs of sense; a feeling, or state of consciousness, whether agreeable or disagreeable, produced either by an external object (stimulus), or by some change in the internal state of the body.
if we say perception it is mentioned in the introduction, perception refers to interpretation of what we take in through our senses. The way we perceive our environment is what makes us different from other animals and different from each other. In this section, we will discuss the various theories on how our sensation are organized and interpreted, and therefore, how we make sense of what we see, hear, taste, touch, and smell.
perception is a way of perceiving; awareness or consciousness.

Anonymous said...

grace mahilum
BSA III

1.Hallucination means thinking about a object which has no real existence whereas illusion means getting wrong perception about a object which has a real existence.
Hallucination is not real whereas illusion is real but which is related to mind problem.
Man who has psychological problem can face hallucination whereas illusion just create from odd environment.
Thinking about a ghost is hallucination whereas thinking a rope as a snake in a dark night is illusioin

2.Sensation is the pickup of information by our sensory receptors, for example the eyes, ears, skin, nostrils, and tongue.sensation is an actual physical action felt by one of your sensed, and Sensaton of being cold, goose bumps, sensation of being hot, perspiration, and Perception is the interpretation of what is sensed.

3. I've remember my dream when i was a child that my father was bite in the big big tiger,
he bites the tiger because of me,he save me and i'm cried and cried because i saw my father lay down at the rough road and he can't breath.and trying to call my mother but she never hear me. that's it.

Anonymous said...

Pascual,Gellie G.
BEED 1ST YEAR


1. Learning affects our perception because once you learn something it's cataloged in your brain forever. As your growing up you learn either by doing, figuring out for yourself or you are taught what you need to know. Learning new things can make you look at the same object in several different ways. And when you learn something new you never look at it the same way as you did before hence affecting your perception.
2.PERCEPTION is the process, act, or faculty of perceiving. The effect or product of perceiving. Insight, intuition, or knowledge gained by perceiving. The capacity for such insight while SENSATION a perception associated with stimulation of a sense organ or with a specific body condition: the sensation of heat; a visual sensation. The faculty to feel or perceive; physical.
3.MY DREAM was I am teaching iN an exclusive school,all of my students are my classmates daughters and sons.YES,I think there is a relevance of my dream in my life.I AM thinking my past or sometimes.I am doing a dream spell if I like.

Anonymous said...

SARAH MAE BRUZUELA #5110034 BSBA

1.)Learning and Perception are intertwined. They are relatively connected with each other. When we say Learning, it is a term used referring to a relatively permanent change in behavior that is a result of past experience or practice. It includes classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and perceptual learning. While Perception on the other hand, is a general term referring to the awareness of objects, qualities, or events stimulating the sense organs; it also refers to a person experience of the world. So when one perceives something through his environment, he then learns it and somehow puts it into practice.
Hallucination is a false or mistaken image while illusion is adistortion of the senses, revealing how the brain normally organizes and interprets sensory stimulation.Illusion can be explained by an optical illusion (also called a visual illusion) is characterized by visually perceived images that differ from objective reality. The information gathered by the eye is processed in the brain to give a perception that does not tally with a physical measurement of the stimulus source.

2.)Sensation is the result of your body's senses sensing something: heat, cold, pain, moisture, dryness, whatever. Your mind converts many sensations into feelings while perception is the act or faculty of apprehending by means of the senses or of the mind; cognition; understanding.

3.)When I was a child,I dreamed about my father.In my dream he was hitted by my Tita and she never stoped hiting and hurting him.I was loudly crying in my dreams because I felt so pathetic for my papa.when I woke up, I was crying and shouting.
I think, their is a relevance of that dream in my life.It really affects me so much because I felt the urge to hurt my Aunti too.

Anonymous said...

1.perception is the organization of sensory input into meaningful experiences. the perception of an object and it's properties are constant and unchanging.
-illusion is an error in perception which depends on stimulus conditions and occurs in normal individuals.
-while hallucinations are false perception that occur under abnormal conditions.persons under the influence of drugs or person suffering from psychosis or other forms of personality disorders may experience visual or auditory hallucinations.
2.psychologist...is interested with what sensations the organism can report or what discriminations it can make so that it can adjust it's behavior according to the sensory message i receives.
-perception defines as the process of knowing objects and objective events by mean of senses.
3.when i was 8 yrs old...... i started to dream harry potter up until now .....THAT'S ALL THANK YOU.... :)
-i think people dreaming because they also wanted to like me... i always dreaming of harry potter...... that's all thank you....




RICHELL I. DELA CRUZ "cute"
5110096
1:00-4:00
1 yr- bsa...

Anonymous said...

1 . Hallucination is a profound distortion in a person of reality . A hallucination may be snsory exprienc in which a person can se , har , taste or fel something that is not there while illusion is a distortion of th sanss , revealing how the brain normally organizes and interprets sensory stimulation .

2 . Sensationis the function of the low level bio chemical and neurological events that begin with the implunging of a stimulus upon the receptor clls of sensory organ while perception is the procss of attaining awareness on undestanding of the environment by organizing in the nervous system which in turn result from physical stimulation of the sens organs .

3 . Last night i had dreamed about of snake . That snake bit my feet .. but i didn't felt it . I don't know if what's the relevance of that in my life . I think it is the cause of thinking bfore i sleep ..


- answered by :
RAGAS , JESSiCA A .
1ST YR. BSE - MATH

Anonymous said...

Richmond A>carable
BSHRM-II

1. Everyone uses emotional facial expressions, but people who sign American Sign
Language (ASL) use a different kind of facial expressions as an essential part of the
language. Does all of this signing affect perception? To determine whether learning ASL
has an effect on visual discrimination, we test deaf signers, hearing signers and hearing
non-signers with three groups of faces: emotional facial expressions, linguistic ASL facial
expressions and faces of different people

2.Sensation is the result of your body's senses sensing something: heat, cold, pain, moisture, dryness, whatever. Your mind converts many sensations into "feelings" (a sensation with a name!) which can then, if you wish, express to others through an emotion (which means "moving out").

Perception is how you view your world, what you see and fail to see in it, what you see that isn't there, etc. Dr. Alfred Adler was the first psychologist to speak of perceptions and subjectivity in psychology. He spoke of the "perceptual schema" which is, essentially, the framework through which you see your personal world.

3.ang aking dream ay isang masayang pangyayari kung saan nakasama ko ang aking amang nawalay sa akin ng mahabang panahon.Masaya kaming nglalaro ng basketball at ndi nagtagal ako ay nagising sa aking masayang panaginip.

Anonymous said...

1.How does learning affects your perception?

without learning you dont know anything. if you dont know anything how could you even hope to perceive the meanings to the questions that will be on your tests. By means of learning you can know your reaction in something happened. Learning also helps a learner to unlock difficult things to understand. It affects perception in a way that it can also open the eyes and mind of an individual by defining the things that is hard to accept. It also drives on the perception to manipulate the mind of the person to understand more about that certain thing.

The difference of Hallucination and Illusion.

Hallucination means thinking about an object which has no real existence whereas illusion means getting wrong perception about a object which has a real existence.
Hallucination is not real whereas illusion is real but which is related to mind problem.
Man who has psychological problem can face hallucination.
Thinking about a ghost is hallucination whereas thinking a rope as a snake in a dark night is illusion this is one of the example.

Can Illusions be explain?

Yes, illusions can be explain on what or how we interpret the figure. We have our own perspective and learning that can really effect to our explanation. It really depends on how we understand.

2. The difference between Sensation and Perception

Sensation is the result of your body's senses sensing something: heat, cold, pain, moisture, dryness, whatever. Your mind converts many sensations into "feelings" express to others through an emotion.

Perception is how you view your world, what you see and fail to see in it, what you see that isn't there, etc.

3. Write your dream, do you think theres a relevance in your dream? what makes you dream? what makes you dream?

My dream is all about in my childhood life, I remember I really love drawing cartoons and anything that I really want to draw and i really enjoy it. One night I dreamed that I can draw even my both eyes are closed with perfect image. Its funny but its true. In this dreamed I think its not relevance because its possible for me or to everybody to draw something when your eyes are closed, right? yeah you can figure it out by your mind but you cannot draw a perfect picture without looking. You cannot estimate the lines in drawing.Being addicted in arts I think is one of the reason that makes me dreamed.

Ron Allan Y. Magliquian
I-BSIT

Anonymous said...

2>Sensation.
-Is the funtion of the low-level
-biochemical and neutrological events that begin with the impingin of stimulus.
while
Perception
-Is the mental process or state that is reflected in statements like"I see a uniformly blue wall understanding cause of the sensory input.

3>.when i was young i dream to be a TEACHER
because i have a fashion in teaching so
i think they have a connection .
my deams. today in my life .

RADHIKA P. RIVERA
BEED I.

Anonymous said...

Sandra T. Oyao
BEED-1


1.Learning and perception are intertwined.They are relatively connected with each other.When we say learning,it is a term used referring to a relatively permanent change in behavior that result in past experience.While percertion is a general term reffering to awareness of objects,qualities,stimulating the sense organs. Hallucination means thinking about object which has no real existece whereas illusion means getting wrong perception about object which has a real existence.YES,of course illusion can be explain,because anyone can believe anything they see,but beliefs hold no requirement to objective reality,nor does seeing by itself.

2.Sensation is the result of your body's senses sensing something: heat, cold, pain, moisture, dryness, whatever. Your mind converts many sensations into "feelings".
Perception is how you view your world, what you see and fail to see in it, what you see that isn't there.

3.when i was 16 yrs old ,i had a dream that i can't forget.

Anonymous said...

Arman A. Lacanlale
BSIT - 1

1. Perception affects our learning in how we look on it and what we perceive on the things, an illusion is optical and a hallucination is cerebral, one illusion occur outside of the mind, body and hallucination occurs internally.
2. Sensation is something that we feel, hear, see, smell, and taste while perception is things that how we understand the things using our sight. An illusion is an image or representation believed to be real in our mind’s eye, but that is not actually real. In other words, because of the way our eyes and brain work, our eyes are tricked into seeing something that is not really there or into seeing something happen that did not really happen.

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