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Paper on personal experiences with correct and incorrect perceptual hypothesis for PSY 200 Prior View on Perception Prior to reading chapter three in Media and Research Update Psychology Third Edition I thought of perception simply as the way I saw something through my own eyes and the way I understood what someone was saying or how they would say it I never realized that there are so many other factors that make up the way I perceive people places objects and even life Up until now I always thought of depth just as how far someone could or could not see never once thinking of depth perception as three - dimensional Chapter three although I did not understand all parts will make me look at life in a different way more detailed and not taking anything for face value any longer I am astonished to realize that the mind actually goes through all these processes for me to see what is in only a picture Correct Perceptual Hypothesis Out of everything I perceive through out my days both at work and at home I feel that the best correct perception comes from reading e-mails I know that this seems strange but somehow I am able to pick up on the sender of an e-mails attitude When I read an e-mail nine out of ten times I can perceive that the senders mood attitude urgency of the e-mail or positivism is Through out my eight hours at work I am asked by my co-workers at least fifty times to read an e-mail that was sent to them Without knowing who sent the e-mail or any prior correspondences I can inform my co-workers if the sender is being hostile or if this is a matter of urgency whether the sender is being sarcastic or positive In my business industry of insurance people have trouble reading others I work within the commission unit where most of
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