Ask three people to look out of the same window at a busy street corner and tell you what they see. (61)__________(chance) are that you will receive three different answers. Each person sees the same scene, (62)________ each perceives something different about it.
Perceiving goes on in (63) ___________(we) minds. Of the three people who look out of the window, one may say that he sees a policeman (64)________(give) a motorist a ticket. Another may say that he sees rush-hour traffic jam at the intersection. The (65)________(three) may tell you that he sees a woman trying to cross the street with four children. Perception is the mind’s (66)_________(interpret) of what the senses – in this case our eyes – tell us.
Many psychologists today (67)__________(be) working to try to determine just how a person experiences or perceives the world around. Using a scientific approach, these psychologists set up experiments in (68)________ they can control all of the factors. (69)_______ measuring and charting the results of many experiments, they are trying to find out what makes different people perceive (70)_________(total) different things about the same scene.
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