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92. A person living in the desert calls a 60 degree day "cold" whereas one living in Alaska calls it "warm." Their perceptions differ because of

 

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A person living in the desert calls a 60 degree day "cold" whereas one living in Alaska calls it "warm." Their perceptions differ because of

  1. attention shifts.
  2. their frame of reference.
  3. temperature parallax.
  4. perceptual constancy.

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2. their frame of reference.


   
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