how are attention and perception linked in psychology?

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how are attention and perception linked in cognitive psychology?
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how are attention and perception linked in cognitive psychology?
You have to pay attention to truly gain a perception of something. Attention is the ability to focus on something, whereas perception the way that someone sees something. For example, you may look at a car and pay attention to the way it drives, you may say it drives slow, someone else may say it drives fast, that is perception!
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You have to pay attention to truly gain a perception of something. Attention is the ability to focus on something, whereas perception the way that someone sees something. For example, you may look at a car and pay attention to the way it drives, you may say it drives slow, someone else may say it drives fast, that is perception!
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think you could help me with my essay?
What is it on?
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What is it on?
'disciss the link between attention and perception'
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'disciss the link between attention and perception'
Make sure to do three ao1 paragraphs with three ao3 paragraphs as well. Talk about which part of the brain is involved to pay attention, (prefrontal cortex), and talk about why perception relates to attention.
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can i ask if you study psychology?
are you in uni?
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can i ask if you study psychology?
are you in uni?
I’m a first year (AQA) psychology a level student.
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ooooo....im in uni lol.....
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Perception comes from attention
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have yall learnt anything about episodic and semantic memory?
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have yall learnt anything about episodic and semantic memory?
like the episodic buffer in the working memory model of memory and that long term memory is coded semantically ?
(I do SQA higher psychology cause Scottish lol)
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like the episodic buffer in the working memory model of memory and that long term memory is coded semantically ?
(I do SQA higher psychology cause Scottish lol)
woah ummmm well i have to write an essay on 'compare and contrast episodic and semantic memory'......that's it.....
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these essays will be the death of me
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have yall learnt anything about episodic and semantic memory?
I have, episodic memory is a type of declarative memory, in which we rely upon to recall factual based information such as dates and presidents. Furthermore, semantic memory is a type of long term memory that we use to encode information, like words with different meanings and sounds etc.
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