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Factors that affect visual perception

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    Anne L.
    AU
    Anne L.

    It's seems clear that we can be psychologically effected by what we see or have seen .....what I'd be interested to know is why some visions (say from about the age of four) can stay impacted on our minds....stuck in memory bank much more clearly, vividly than others. I guess that's to do with the strength of that pyschological impact of the particular event of that time.....?

    Mike L.
    GB
    Mike L.

    Are we to assume by physiological factors these would be factors which could be altered by spectacles, contact lenses etc ?

    R.d.t prrlltll P.
    PK
    R.d.t prrlltll P.

    perception any missed-event or misdeed brought to a perception which vivid to hallucinations to how ever its lead to memories by a objective to conceal assertive thus the conclusiveness off perception

    R.d.t prrlltll P.
    PK
    R.d.t prrlltll P.

    perception assertive procedure meant you why on thus forgetting?

    Pettina jay T.
    GB
    Pettina jay T.

    The mind and body are one, each effect the other.... we have the ability to reprogram our past experiences to enable a new perception of visual reality. equally through healing a physiological dysfunction, our visual perception can be altered.

    Shali S.
    SG
    Shali S.

    Visual perception is both physiological and psychological.

    Farai B.
    ZW
    Farai B.

    visual perception is affected by both physiological and psychological factors

    Althea L.
    MY
    Althea L.

    A human is able to forget a spank, broken arm, a cut, a broken leg, etc. But, it's harder to forget or forgive a childhood trauma, hurtful words from a spouse, etc. Example, being abused by a parent using a leather belt like for half a lifetime.

    Gavin Peter J.
    NZ
    Gavin Peter J.

    From that i have learnt of visual perception, making assumes from hearing before view what we sre going to see.

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