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Dear Psychology Gurus,

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Effects of learning on perception

first of all a man learns by differents methods of learning for example obsevational method,imitation etc

prejudice is one of the form of effect of learning on perception.

you can also quote the size constancy and shape constancy in the effects of learning on perception.

a person learns by observation that what the size of an airplane is? and then perceives it to be of definite size.


Effects of motivation on perception

a person who is motivated for something resembles anything with the subject of motivation.

for example :

Sandford in 1936 did an experiment.he deprived his research participants from food and showed them some pictures.he observed that they resembled
it with food.


This is how you can attempt this question.by quoting alike examples and explaining in detail.
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Refer the page 157 of psychology part 1 by Shehar Bano for the appropriate guidance dear.
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