percept


percept
1. That which is perceived; the complete mental image, formed by the process of perception, of an object or idea. 2. In clinical psychology, a single unit of perceptual report, such as one of the responses to an inkblot in the Rorschach test. [L. perceptum, a thing perceived]

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per·cept 'pər-.sept n an impression of an object obtained by use of the senses: SENSE-DATUM

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per·cept (purґsept) 1. something perceived. 2. the mental image of an object in space perceived by the senses.

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  • percept — [ pɛrsɛpt ] n. m. • 1878; lat. perceptum, d apr. concept ♦ Philos. Objet de la perception, sans référence à une chose en soi (opposé à concept). ● percept nom masculin (anglais percept) Entité cognitive, constituée d un ensemble d informations… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Percept — Per cept, n. [From L. percipere, perceptum.] That which is perceived. Sir W. Hamilton. [1913 Webster] The modern discussion between percept and concept, the one sensuous, the other intellectual. Max M[ u]ller. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • percept — pèrcept (percȅpt) m <G mn pātā> DEFINICIJA psih. ono što je percipirano, rezultat percepcije, doživljaj nastao procesom percepcije (podrazumijeva iskustveni pojam) ETIMOLOGIJA vidi percipirati …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • percept — index concept, idea Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • percept — percépt s. n., pl. percépte Trimis de siveco, 29.05.2007. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic …   Dicționar Român

  • percept — (n.) 1837, from L. perceptum (a thing) perceived, neuter pp. of percipere (see PERCEIVE (Cf. perceive)). Formed on model of CONCEPT (Cf. concept) …   Etymology dictionary

  • percept — sense datum, sensum, *sensation, image Analogous words: *idea, concept, notion: recognition, acknowledgment (see corresponding verbs at ACKNOWLEDGE) …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • percept — [pʉr′sept΄] n. [back form. (after CONCEPT) < PERCEPTION] a recognizable sensation or impression received by the mind through the senses …   English World dictionary

  • Percept — A perception is a philosophical term which roughly means an individual s observation/perception of something external to one s self; more specifically, the resultant of perceiving. It is the representation of an external event that affected the… …   Wikipedia

  • Percept — Un percept est la forme perçue d un stimulus externe ou de son absence. Le terme est principalement utilisé en philosophie et en psychologie comme un sense data (en) pour expliquer la perception. Il est important de distinguer le percept du… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • percept — noun /ˈpəːsɛpt/ a) Something perceived; the object of perception. Whether it might not, in like manner, be proper to introduce the term percept for the object of perception, I shall not at present inquire. b) A perceived object as it exists in… …   Wiktionary


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