In England, the drivers drive on the opposite side of the road than American drivers do on American roads. Therefore, Jeanie and the other American tourists, who are visiting England will need to be very careful crossing the streets of London since their tendency to look in the wrong direction to assess the traffic is caused by
a. sensory localization.
b. perceptual habits.
c. sensory gating.
d. unconscious transference.
Perception can be described as a neuropsychological process in which pieces of sensory information are organized and interpreted. It is a meaning-making process that is influenced by experiences, expectations, beliefs, and other top-down factors.
Answer and Explanation:
The correct solution to this problem is provided by option B: perceptual habits.
To elaborate, perceptual habits can be defined as patterns expectations, and behavior associated with sensation and perception. These patterns are shaped by experience, especially reoccurring experiences.
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fromChapter 13 / Lesson 6
Learn about perceptual sets in psychology. See examples of perceptual experience and thinking, and learn what factors can influence perceptual sets.