Naive realism entails that perceptual experience
is object-dependent in a very strong sense.
Does our understanding of everyday concepts rely on our perceptual experience
, and our ability to sense them?
To date, however, it remains unknown how the human brain shapes our perceptual experience
of being a body somewhere in space, and whether the regions that have been identified in rats are involved in this process.
Mental images are commonly understood as representations in the mind of a perceptual experience
when that perceptual experience
is not physically present.
The chapter on intentional theories features three different theories, which concern primarily differences in the relationship between representational content and the phenomenology of perceptual experience
The multidimensional perceptual experience
of color includes aspects of fidelity (that is, similarity to appearance under a reference source, such as daylight), preference (that is, desirable appearances for colors), and discrimination (that is, the ability to distinguish between similarly colored objects).
The study, led by Baycrest's Rotman Research Institute (RRI), in collaboration with the University of Texas at Dallas, is one of the most ambitious and complex yet for elucidating the brain's ability to evoke a memory by reactivating the parts of the brain that were engaged during the original perceptual experience
With the range of new 3D products now available for home use, the quality of viewing is not based solely on image related aspects but is also tied explicitly to human vision development and the human perceptual experience
Thus, perceptual experience
is not only the domain of primary silence but, as an inscription into openness, it is also originary genesis, disclosing the hidden logos that grounds and pervades the explicit logos as a collection of phenomena into styles, patterns, space and time locations and thus into a lived world.
Pain is a perceptual experience
(no brain, no pain).
Brand recognition, usability and inclusivity can all depend on the nature and intensity of the perceptual experience
of Notre Dame) offers a jargon-free exploration of architecture as a perceptual experience