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The term “Phenomenology” refers to:

(a) The science of perception
(b) The scientific study of “queer” occurrences
(c) The “nave” description of our immediate experiences
(d) A detailed analysis of our sensations
(e) None of the above

Difference in perception among species depends upon:

(a) Habitat
(b) Complexity of nervous system
(c) Receptor mechanisms
(d) All of the above
(e) None of the above

As compared with adult's perception, the child's percepotion tends to be:

(a) Les suspceptible to illusion
(b) Longer in time-perspectivce
(c) More fully characterized by constancy
(d) More fully affected by physiognomic properties
(e) None of the above
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please solve these

The term “Phenomenology” refers to:

(a) The science of perception
(b) The scientific study of “queer” occurrences
(c) The “nave” description of our immediate experiences
(d) A detailed analysis of our sensations
(e) None of the above

Difference in perception among species depends upon:

(a) Habitat
(b) Complexity of nervous system
(c) Receptor mechanisms
(d) All of the above
(e) None of the above

As compared with adult's perception, the child's percepotion tends to be:

(a) Les suspceptible to illusion
(b) Longer in time-perspectivce
(c) More fully characterized by constancy
(d) More fully affected by physiognomic properties
(e) None of the above
I cannot understand what is confusing in it;


1)(c) The “nave” description of our immediate experiences

2)d) All of the above

3)(d) More fully affected by physiognomic properties

“Phenomenology refers to mode of research in which you directly meet people and gather their experiences to make use of your own deduction logic to reach conclusions.

In your second query, there are various biological and environmental factors that mould perception in a specie:so its d all of the above.

In your third query you have asked for difference between adult and child perceptions;the adults perception is more PHYSIOGNOMIC.Physiognomic perception means ability to be more expressively and emotionally strong in depiction of certain view.Thus child have less physiognomic perception vis-a-vis adults.

I hope it clears
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