Presents the theory that human perception is not merely a sensing of stimuli, but is a set of extremely elaborate processes through which we organize our sensory impressions into clear, usable, meaningful pictures of the objects and events around us and inside us. Illustrates the basic principles of perception that support this theory, showing the activities of a group of students spending an evening in a college common room.
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