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32. A cheetah scrambling up a rocky slope in Montana is likely to be perceived as a mountain lion because

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A cheetah scrambling up a rocky slope in Montana is likely to be perceived as a mountain lion because

  1. perception is guided by expectations.
  2. figure and ground have been confused.
  3. contiguity is a powerful influence on perception.
  4. the setting provides an ideal camouflage.

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1. perception is guided by expectations. 

 
Posted : 20/05/2022 10:14 am
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