apperception

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Englisch - Türkisch
kavrama
idrak
intikal kabiliyeti
(Tıp) Duyusal bir stimulus'un açık şekilde anlaşılması
apperceive
kavramak
apperceive
idrak etmek
tendentious apperception
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Englisch - Englisch
The general process or a particular act of mental assimilation of new experience into the totality of one's past experience
Psychological or mental perception; recognition

For as she smiled I was gifted a glimpse past the apperception of an anonymous spherical quantity of human flesh; and into the individual.

The mind's perception of itself as the subject or actor in its own states, unifying past and present experiences; self-consciousness, perception that reflects upon itself
introspective self-consciousness
The minds perception of itself as the subject or actor in its own states, unifying past and present experiences; perception that reflects upon itself
In epistemology, the human mind's awareness or understanding of its own contents In psychology, the process whereby the human mind integrates new experiences with past experiences to form a new composite unity of understanding
Self-conscious awareness (as opposed to sensory perception of external objects), including especially the operation of the will, in the philosophy of Leibniz and Kant Recommended Reading: Mark Kulstad, Leibniz on Apperception, Consciousness, and Reflection (Philosophia Verlag, 1991) {at Amazon com} Also see OCP and noesis
the process whereby perceived qualities of an object are related to past experience
The general process or a particular act of mental assimilation of new experience into the totality of ones past experience
The mind's perception of itself as the subject or actor in its own states; perception that reflects upon itself; sometimes, intensified or energetic perception
{i} ability to grasp new concepts, perception (Psychology)
According to Leibniz and Kant: the mind's self-reflective awareness of its own thoughts Compare: reflection
Intensified or energetic perception
active (attention) and passive (fantasy or dreaming) types; process by which a new psychological content is articulated with similar, already existing contents in order to make it understandable
apperceive
To be aware of perceiving; to understand a perception by linking it mentally with a mass of existing ideas of the same object
apperceive
To perceive
Apperceive
perceive in terms of a past experience
apperceive
To perceive; to comprehend
apperceive
{f} grasp new concepts; comprehend; perceive
apperceptive
{s} perceptive, consciously perceptive
apperceptive
able to relate new percepts to past experience
apperceptive
perceptive
thematic apperception test
a projective technique using black-and-white pictures; subjects tell a story about each picture
apperception

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    ap·per·cep·tion

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    Etymologie

    [ -'sep-sh&n ] (noun.) 1753. From French aperception (modern Latin apperceptio, used by Gottfried Leibnitz (1646-1716)).

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