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Korkarım benim derinlik algım çok zayıf. - I'm afraid my depth perception is very poor.

O hâlâ dilin güzelliği için evrimleşmiş algıdan yoksun. - She still lacks an evolved perception for the beauty of language.

{i} algılama

Belki bu bir algılama sorunudur. - Maybe it's a question of perception.

Kriptestezi duyular dışı algılama için başka bir terimdir. - Cryptesthesia is another term for extrasensory perception.

{i} idrak
(Ticaret) görme
(Ticaret) duyma
(Ticaret) vergi veya kira toplama
(Tıp) an
(Tıp) persepsiyon
1. herhangi bir şeyi algılamamızın yolu, özellikle de duyularla (görme, işitme, koku, tat ve dokunma).2. herhangi bir şeyin, kavramın gerçek doğasını kavrama kabiliyeti.3. bir şeyi nasıl gördüğümüzün ve anladığımızın neticesi olarak sahip olduğumuz fikir, inanış ya da imaj
(Tıp) Duyu organları aracılığıyla herhangi bir şeyin veya değişikliğin farkına varma, farkında olma yeteneği
{i} sezgi
kira tahsili
(Tıp) Duyu organları aracılığıyla alınan uyarıların zilinde manalanması, algılama, algı
{i} idrak yeteneği
{i} kavrama
{i} tahsil (para)
{i} basiret
{i} sezgi, feraset
(Mukavele) idrak, algı; anlama kabiliyeti; kira tahsili
anlama kabiliyeti
{i} sezme

Altıncı hisse inanıyor musun? - Do you believe in extrasensory perception?

perception gap
Algı boşluğu
perception management
algı yönetimi
perception of risk
(Politika, Siyaset) risk algılaması
perception of truth
perception threshold
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) algılama eşiği
perception of morality
ahlak anlayışı
perception threshold
algilama esigi

Sen çok anlayışlı bir adamsın. - You're a very perceptive person.

{s} zeki
motion perception
hareket algısı

Korkarım benim derinlik algım çok zayıf. - I'm afraid my depth perception is very poor.

Sadece tek bir gerçek ruhani bilgi vardır: ben algıladığımı algılarım. - There is only one true gnosis: that I percept what I percept.

remote perception
uzaktan algılama
selective perception
algıda seçicilik
selective perception
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) seçici algı
speech perception
konuşma algısı
vision perception
görsel algı
visual perception
görsel algı
visual perception
(Dilbilim) görsel algılama
visual perception
(Tıp,Optik) görme algısı
auditory perception
işitsel algılama
extra sensory perception
altıncı his
extrasensory perception
altıncı his
musical perception
müziksel anlayış
taste perception
tad alma
color perception
renk algısı
mathematical perception
matematiksel düşünme
perception of

Yaşamımda dizginleri ele almam için bu gereksiz algılardan kurtulmam lazım. - I need to drop these useless perceptions to take full throttle over my life.

public perception
Toplumsal algı

The inertia was mind-boggling, and the public perception was that nothing could change.

regarding perception
algı ile ilgili
kendini algılama
absence of perception
(Tıp) algılayamama
absence of perception
(Tıp) algılama güçlüğü
absence of perception
idrak eksikliği
absence of perception
algı eksikliği
absence of perception
algı noksanlığı
abstract perception
soyut algı
customer perception
(Ticaret) müşteri algısı
depth perception
(Askeri) DERİNLİK TAHMİN KABİLİYETİ: Üçüncü boyutu değerlendirme ve ayırdetme kabiliyeti. Mesafeyi tahmin etme, diğer görünen cisimlere nazaran kendi istikametini kestirme yeteneği
indirect perception
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) dolaylı algı
modal perception
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) modal algı
obligatory perception
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) zorlayıcı algı
idrak yolu ile hissedilen şey

Türk toplumunun algılama yeteneği bozuk değildir. - There is nothing wrong with the Turkish people's power of perception.

Korkarım benim derinlik algım çok zayıf. - I'm afraid my depth perception is very poor.

(Tıp) Anlayış, idrak, duyu yolu ile idrak edilen şey
{s} algılama
algıya ilişkin
preferential perception
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tercihli algı
sense perception
tactile perception
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) temas algısı
English - English
That which is detected by the five senses; not necessarily understood (imagine looking through fog, trying to understand if you see a small dog or a cat); also that which is detected within consciousness as a thought, intuition, deduction, etc
Vision (ability)
Conscious understanding of something
knowledge through the senses of the existence and properties of matter or the external world
{n} knowledge, a notion, idea, view
The quality, state, or capability, of being affected by something external; sensation; sensibility
Recognition of a quality without distinguishing meaning, which is the result of a complex set of reactions including sensory stimulation, organization within the nervous system, and memory
The conscious awareness of sensory inputs, internal states, or memories
A robot's ability to sense its environment by sight, touch, or some other means and to understand it in terms of a task For example, the ability to recognize an obstruction or find a designated object in an arbitrary location
The extraction of information from sensory stimulation (Association for Children with Learning Difficulties, 1998)
(hearing) - process of knowing or being aware of information through the ear
The act of perceiving; cognizance by the senses or intellect; apperhension by the bodily organs, or by the mind, of what is presented to them; discernment; apperhension; cognition
a way of conceiving something; "Luther had a new perception of the Bible"
the process by which the brain actively selects, organizes and interprets sensory information
The process of organizing and using information that is received through the senses
An idea; a notion
Visual and sensory awareness, discrimination, and integration of impressions, conditions, and relationships with regard to objects, images and feelings
Someone who has perception realizes or notices things that are not obvious. It did not require a great deal of perception to realise the interview was over
The process of selecting, organising and interpreting information inputs to produce meaning p 119
The process through which individuals are exposed to information, attend to that information and comprehend it
the representation of what is perceived; basic component in the formation of a concept
any content of the mind of which we are conscious Hume speaks of "perceptions of the mind" several times in paragraphs 1 through 3 [text] While he does not offer a definition of "perception of the mind" he gives several examples in those paragraphs and the examples include pains, pleasures, anticipations of the imagination, [text] feeling anger, and thinking of anger [text] The phrase "of which we are conscious" appears in paragraph 3 [text]
The process by which people select, organize, and interpret information to form a meaningful picture of the world
the process of perceiving
a way of conceiving something; "Luther had a new perception of the Bible
The branch of psychology that deals with the detection and interpretation of sensory stimuli (Solso)
The process by which a person selects, organises, and interprets information
the feelings, attitudes, and images people have of different places, peoples, and environments The images people have in their heads of where places are located are called perceptual or mental maps
{i} sense, feeling, intuition; comprehension, understanding
the process of perceiving knowledge gained by perceiving; "a man admired for the depth of his perception"
The faculty of perceiving; the faculty, or peculiar part, of man's constitution by which he has knowledge through the medium or instrumentality of the bodily organs; the act of apperhending material objects or qualities through the senses; distinguished from conception
The ability to make sense of what one sees, hears, feels, tastes or smells Perceptual losses are often very subtle, and the patient and/or family may be unaware of them
The process of knowing or being aware of information through the ear
Interpretation of the sensations received by the sensory organs
the process of perceiving knowledge gained by perceiving; "a man admired for the depth of his perception" a way of conceiving something; "Luther had a new perception of the Bible
Perception is the recognition of things using your senses, especially the sense of sight. Process of registering sensory stimuli as meaningful experience. The differences between sensation and perception have varied according to how the terms are defined. A common distinction is that sensations are simple sensory experiences, while percepts are complex constructions of simple elements joined through association. Another is that perception is more subject to the influence of learning. Though hearing, smell, touch, and taste perceptions have all been explored, vision has received the most attention. Structuralist researchers such as Edward Bradford Titchener focused on the constituent elements of visual perceptions, whereas Gestalt psychology has stressed the need to examine organized wholes, believing humans are disposed to identifying patterns. Visual objects tend to appear stable despite continually changing stimulus features (such as ambient light, perspective, ground vs. figure arrangement), which enables an observer to match a perceived object with the object as it is understood to exist. Perceptions may be influenced by expectations, needs, unconscious ideas, values, and conflicts. sense perception taste perception extrasensory perception
The process by which we select, organize, and interpret stimuli into a meaningful and coherent picture
Awareness of the effects of single or multiple sensory stimuli [ISO 5492]
The faculty of perceiving the ability of the mind to refer to sensory information of external objects as their causes Also, the name of a US kayak manufacturer
Your perception of something is the way that you think about it or the impression you have of it. He is interested in how our perceptions of death affect the way we live
our awareness of the world and its contents through sensory experience The analysis of perception and the attempt to deal with skeptical arguments about perceptual knowledge are central philosophical topics Perception involves both our capacity to be sensorily affected by external objects and our ability to bring these objects under concepts, although other capacities might also have a role to play What we perceive and how these objects of perception are related to us and to physical objects are matters of continuing concern
process of knowing or being aware of information through the ear
perception level I: the post-separation, dualistic world of form and differences, mutually exclusive of the non-dualistic world of knowledge; this world arises from our belief in separation and has no reality outside of this thought level II: comes from projection: what we see inwardly determines what we see outside ourselves; crucial to perception, therefore, is our interpretation of " reality," rather than what seems to be objectively real w-m: perception of sin and guilt reinforces the belief in the reality of the separation r-m: perception of opportunities to forgive serves to undo the belief in the reality of the separation see: true perception
awareness of the elements of one's environment by means of the senses; direct or intuitive awareness
becoming aware of something via the senses
knowledge gained by perceiving; "a man admired for the depth of his perception"
perception of threat
sense of threat, menacing feeling
anorthoscopic perception
Perception, especially visual perception, that does not immediately follow from what is actually sensed, such as perception of an entire object only a part of which is seen at a time
Attributive form of anorthoscopic perception

anorthoscopic-perception phenomenon.

extrasensory perception
The supposed ability to obtain information without the use of normal sensory channels
non-referential perception
perception of an object without known points of reference
something perceived
In a perceptual manner
space perception
The awareness of the position, size, form, distance, and direction of an object, or of oneself
The Doors of Perception
1954 essay by Aldous Huxley
auditory perception
the perception of sound as a meaningful phenomenon
depth perception
The ability to perceive spatial relationships, especially distances between objects, in three dimensions
extra-sensory perception
knowledge or perception which is not obtained through the five senses, clairvoyance, telepathy, ESP
extra-sensory perception
Extra-sensory perception means knowing without using your ordinary senses such as sight and hearing. Some people believe this is possible. The abbreviation ESP is also used. ESP
extrasensory perception
ESP. Perception that involves awareness of information about something (such as a person or event) not gained through the senses and not deducible from previous experience. Classic forms of ESP include telepathy, clairvoyance, and precognition. No conclusive demonstrations of the existence of ESP in any individual have been given, but popular belief in the phenomenon remains widespread, and people who claim to possess ESP are sometimes employed by investigative teams searching for missing persons or things. See also parapsychology
extrasensory perception
perception that is apart from or in addition to normal sense perception
keen perception
sharp understanding, intense awareness, penetrating intuition
musical perception
the auditory perception of musical sounds
the smallest unit of a perceptual response
That which is perceived
the mental impression that is the result of perceiving something
the representation of what is perceived; basic component in the formation of a concept
{i} sensation, feeling; understanding, apperception
Of, pertaining to, or stimulated by perception
plural of perception
with regard to perception; "this task is perceptually very difficult"
with regard to perception; "this task is perceptually very difficult
in a perceptive manner, apperceptively
Regarding perception
selective perception
A process through which different consumers will perceive the same information differently based on their individual needs, motives, and past experiences
selective perception
the means of interpreting experience in a way that conforms to one's beliefs, expectations, and convictions
selective perception
people screen out or modify ideas, messages, and information that conflict with previously learned attitudes and beliefs
selective perception
A biasing effect common to all observation The process of observing only part of the pertinent data available for analysis Selective perception may cause focus group observers to develop a set of beliefs based on only part of the information
selective perception
this is where one responds only to attitudes or beliefs one favours while viewing a film
selective perception
We misinterpret information in a way that seems to confirm our behaviour and attitudes
way a person understands himself, self-image
sense perception
perception that takes place through the senses
sense perception
Perception by or based on stimulation of the senses
speech perception
the auditory perception (and comprehension) of speech
three dimensional perception
vision of height width and depth, spatial perception
visual perception
{i} perception using the eyes; (Medicine) capability of the eyes and brain to use visual stimuli to create a full picture of the visual world
visual perception
perception by means of the eyes