misperception


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mis·per·ceive

 (mĭs′pər-sēv′)
tr.v. mis·per·ceived, mis·per·ceiv·ing, mis·per·ceives
To perceive incorrectly; misunderstand.

mis′per·cep′tion (-sĕp′shən) n.

misperception

(ˌmɪspəˈsɛpʃən)
n
a wrong perception

mis•per•cep•tion

(ˌmɪs pərˈsɛp ʃən)
n.
a false or incorrect perception.
[1715–25]
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Unfortunately, recently some conflict emerged due to misunderstand and misperception amongst some of the partners affiliated with the foundation.
While several youth are aware of the risks associated with cigarette smoking and avoid it, there is a misperception among hookah users that this method of tobacco use is harmless.
There is a misperception immigration increased More than a third of the public (39%), and 53% of Leavers, think that European immigration has led to a decline in the quality of healthcare services in the UK, when evidence from the MAC report shows this isn't the case.
There is misperception immigration increased More than a third of the public (39%), and 53% of Leavers, think that European immigration has led to a decline in the quality of healthcare services in the UK, when evidence from the MAC report shows this isn't the case.
He said that Indian attitude towards Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan's sincere move was shameful and added that India should not remain in any misperception about itself.
The Government of Dubai Media Office (GDMO) organised an interactive simulation exercise to sensitise participants on the existence of cultural misperception, with a focus on Islamophobia and incorrect images of Arab culture.
The study by Raya Muttarak examined the demographic and socioeconomic characteristics associated with underestimation of weight status to reveal social inequalities in patterns of weight misperception.
Ironically, it would appear that based on the survey, those who rated high in misperception were also among the most convinced of their views.
CJ Shah also pointed out that there is a misperception that courts are working.
Now in "Perceptual Intelligence: The Brain's Secret to Seeing Past Illusion, Misperception, and Self-Deception" Dr.
CDC launched the campaign on May 5, in conjunction with World Hand Hygiene Day, to promote greater adherence to the agency's hand hygiene recommendations and debunk common myths and misperceptions. The campaign debunks the misperception that alcohol-based hand sanitizer contributes to antibiotic resistance and is more irritating to skin than soap and water.
The term misperception emphasizes the psychological characteristics of belief in the untruth, such as motivated reasoning.