A Change In Perception

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A Change in Perception

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In this book; “A Change in Perception” Sherryl with her Spirit Team shares with you her personal experiences connecting with her Team of friends and relatives that have crossed over, Angels and Light Beings. Writing with warmth, clarity and a mix of humor, she brings understanding by helping to educate people through some of her own experiences. Her goal is to help as she shares her practical, but spiritual guidance. Sherryl believes Meditation exercises daily on this journey, can help anyone get in touch with their own Divine Spirit Team, Guides, Angels, Light Beings. She believes each of us, with the help of our Team and a healthy balance of Energy Work, can replace doubt with trust and understanding. This book is about opening the mind to possibilities beyond what’s directly in front of us. To find peace through change, to work “with” life, not fight against it, to awaken one’s belief. That it’s ok to think outside the box and believe we “can” accomplish our dream. The knowledge is already within... www.energyworkstudio.com

Perception

Perception Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Dennis Proffitt
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Perception by Dennis Proffitt Summary

A groundbreaking popular psychology book that explores the deep connection between our body and our brain. Over decades of study, University of Virginia psychologist Dennis Proffitt has shown that we are each living our own personal version of Gulliver’s Travels, where the size and shape of the things we see are scaled to the size of our bodies, and our ability to interact with them. Stairs look less steep as dieters lose weight, baseballs grow bigger the better players hit, hills look less daunting if you’re standing next to a close friend, and learning happens faster when you can talk with your hands. Written with journalist Drake Baer, Perception marries academic rigor with mainstream accessibility. The research presented and the personalities profiled will show what it means to not only have, but be, your unique human body. The positive ramifications of viewing ourselves from this embodied perspective include greater athletic, academic, and professional achievement, more nourishing relationships, and greater personal well-being. The better we can understand what our bodies are—what they excel at, what they need, what they must avoid—the better we can live our lives.

Change Your Perception Change Your Life

Change Your Perception  Change Your Life Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Justin Harmon
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Change Your Perception Change Your Life by Justin Harmon Summary

Sick and tired of being held back by the prevailing status quo of society, author Justin Harmon set out to find an alternative lifestyle with freedom from fear and no limits. This book chronicles his findings and generously shares with readers how to change your life with advice on: * Why change is difficult and how you can find freedom in discomfort. * How to make decisions so you can harness the power of regret free living. * What happens to free spirits who live the life of an impostor. * The magic of Lifestyle Design and exactly how to recreate, restructure, and redesign your life* What to do when time, money, knowledge, or other people stand in between you and your dream * When to worry about mistakes and misunderstandings and when they can be flipped to your advantage * The 3 keys to feeling happy, awake, fulfilled and free * And much more

Persistence and Change

Persistence and Change Pdf/ePub eBook Author: International Conference on Event Perception (1, 1981, Storrs, Conn.)
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Persistence and Change by International Conference on Event Perception (1, 1981, Storrs, Conn.) Summary

'With admirable clarity, Mrs Peters sums up what determines competence in spelling and the traditional and new approaches to its teaching.' -Times Literary Supplement

The Perception of and Adaptation to Climate Change in Africa

The Perception of and Adaptation to Climate Change in Africa Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David Maddison
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The Perception of and Adaptation to Climate Change in Africa by David Maddison Summary

The objective of this paper is to determine the ability of farmers in Africa to detect climate change, and to ascertain how they have adapted to whatever climate change they believe has occurred. The paper also asks farmers whether they perceive any barriers to adaptation and attempts to determine the characteristics of those farmers who, despite claiming to have witnessed climate change, have not yet responded to it. The study is based on a large-scale survey of agriculturalists in 11 African countries. The survey reveals that significant numbers of farmers believe that temperatures have already increased and that precipitation has declined. Those with the greatest experience of farming are more likely to notice climate change. Further, neighboring farmers tell a consistent story. There are important differences in the propensity of farmers living in different locations to adapt and there may be institutional impediments to adaptation in some countries. Although large numbers of farmers perceive no barriers to adaptation, those that do perceive them tend to cite their poverty and inability to borrow. Few if any farmers mentioned lack of appropriate seed, security of tenure, or market accessibility as problems. Those farmers who perceive climate change but fail to respond may require particular incentives or assistance to do what is ultimately in their own best interests. Although experienced farmers are more likely to perceive climate change, it is educated farmers who are more likely to respond by making at least one adaptation.

Climate Change Perception and Changing Agents in Africa South Asia

Climate Change Perception and Changing Agents in Africa   South Asia Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Vincent Itai Tanyanyiwa
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Climate Change Perception and Changing Agents in Africa South Asia by Vincent Itai Tanyanyiwa Summary

‘Climate Change Perception and Changing Agents in Africa & South Asia’ presents first-hand experiences of climate change perception. Now more than ever understanding public perceptions of climate change is fundamental in creating effective climate policies, especially within countries that are particularly vulnerable to climate change. Striving to present a comprehensive study of climate perception in Africa and South Asia, this volume presents seven in-depth case studies from Cameroon, the Eastern Himalayas, Kenya, Nepal, and Zimbabwe. In order to combat climate change, effective communication is essential in order to educate, persuade, warn and mobilize the masses. Therefore, climate change communication is shaped not only by our different experiences and beliefs but also by the underlying cultural and politic values of a country. Within this volume, climate change communication is examined from Cameroonian, Kenyan and Zimbabwean perspectives. From the role of stakeholders to practical field experiences, the individual case studies present an interesting and informative portrait of climate change communication. It is often the poorest and most vulnerable people who are most affected by the impacts of climate change. Therefore, community-based adaptation is an approach that is aimed at empowering communities in the process of planning for and coping with climate change. In this book, this progressive and innovative approach is examined from a grass-roots perspective that looks to both the Eastern Himalayas and Zimbabwe. Readers are presented with case-studies that investigate the importance of indigenous knowledge, community-based research and the role of social workers in climate change mitigation. This high-quality resource puts forward a well-informed and accessible discussion of climate change perception that will be of interest to both students and scholars, alike.

Psychological Development From Infancy

Psychological Development From Infancy Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Marc H. Bornstein
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Psychological Development From Infancy by Marc H. Bornstein Summary

Originally published in 1979, this volume represented a unique attempt to connect the usually separated fields of infancy studies and studies of older children. In each chapter, eminent research workers attempt to cross the theoretical, empirical, and methodological barriers that had traditionally separated the study of preverbal infants from the study of verbal children and adults at the time. These completely new and original contributions traced the developmental links between birth and conversation within three major categories: perceptual, cognitive, and language development. Although the chapters range from reports of well-defined research areas to theoretical propositions, the aim throughout was to relate the events of the first year of life to the child’s later perceptual and cognitive activity. This book will still be of interest for all concerned with child development and related areas, in that it demonstrates the remarkable range of observations about infants brought under a single guiding set of questions about continuity, stability, and the sources of change during and after the first year of life.

Public Perception of Climate Change

Public Perception of Climate Change Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Bjoern Hagen
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Public Perception of Climate Change by Bjoern Hagen Summary

Despite the findings on global climate change presented by the scientific community, there remains a significant gap between its recommendations and the actions of the public and policy makers. So far scientists and the media have failed to successfully communicate the urgency of the climate change situation in such a way that long-term, comprehensive, and legally binding policy commitments are being made on the national and international level. This book examines the way the public processes information, how they perceive threats and other perceptual factors that have a significant effect on how and to what degree climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies are supported. Understanding public risk perception plays a vital role in communicating the challenges of global climate change. Using a diverse range of international case studies, this book explores the nature of public perceptions of climate change and identifies the perception factors which have a significant impact on the public’s willingness to support global climate change policies or commit to behavioral changes to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve urban resiliency. The comparative study of social and cultural factors, beliefs, attitudes and trust provides an international overview of best practices regarding the design, implementation and generation of public support for climate change policies at a global level. Offering valuable insight into climate change and risk communication, the book should be of interest to students and scholars of environment studies, politics, urban planning, and media and cultural studies.

Philosophical Problems in Sense Perception Testing the Limits of Aristotelianism

Philosophical Problems in Sense Perception  Testing the Limits of Aristotelianism Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David Bennett
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Philosophical Problems in Sense Perception Testing the Limits of Aristotelianism by David Bennett Summary

This volume focuses on philosophical problems concerning sense perception in the history of philosophy. It consists of thirteen essays that analyse the philosophical tradition originating in Aristotle’s writings. Each essay tackles a particular problem that tests the limits of Aristotle’s theory of perception and develops it in new directions. The problems discussed range from simultaneous perception to causality in perception, from the representational nature of sense-objects to the role of conscious attention, and from the physical/mental divide to perception as quasi-rational judgement. The volume gives an equal footing to Greek, Arabic, and Latin philosophical traditions. It makes a substantial contribution not just to the study of the Aristotelian analysis of sense perception, but to its reception in the commentary tradition and beyond. Thus, the papers address developments in Alexander of Aphrodisias, Themistius, Avicenna, John of Jandun, Nicole Oresme, and Sayf al-Din al-Amidi, among others. The result of this is a coherent collection that attacks a well-defined topic from a wide range of perspectives and across philosophical traditions.

Perception

Perception Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Brian Joyce
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Perception by Brian Joyce Summary

Perception is reality, but you can change your perceptions, ergo, you can change your reality. This book is about how to look at the same circumstances and choosing to see them differently, react differently and produce different results. It isn't all just positive thinking either, although that helps, it's more about how to face the harsh realities in life and CHOOSING to see them in a way that will have an impact that you prefer. It's filled with experiential stories and examples as well as realistic techniques you can apply to shift your thinking. Also emphasized in the book is the importance of the intangibles in life and business. Things like courage, confidence, integrity, caring and many others that will super charge your results. The intangibles create the tangible results and you'll never look at results the same if you can apply this thought process into your arsenal of tools to manage your business or personal life.

Brain and Perception

Brain and Perception Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Karl H. Pribram
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Brain and Perception by Karl H. Pribram Summary

Presented as a series of lectures, this important volume achieves four major goals: 1) It integrates the results of the author's research as applied to pattern perception -- reviewing current brain research and showing how several lines of inquiry have been converging to produce a paradigm shift in our understanding of the neural basis of figural perception. 2) It updates the holographic hypothesis of brain function in perception. 3) It emphasizes the fact that both distributed (holistic) and localized (structural) processes characterize brain function. 4) It portrays a neural systems analysis of brain organization in figural perception by computational models -- describing processing in terms of formalisms found useful in ordering data in 20th-century physical and engineering sciences. The lectures are divided into three parts: a Prolegomenon outlining a theoretical framework for the presentation; Part I dealing with the configural aspects of perception; and Part II presenting its cognitive aspects. The appendices were developed in a collaborative effort by the author, Kunio Yasue, and Mari Jibu (both of Notre Dame Seishin University of Okayama, Japan).

Monitoring Public Perception of Organisations

Monitoring Public Perception of Organisations Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Marita Vos
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Monitoring Public Perception of Organisations by Marita Vos Summary

This book enhances understanding of organizational reputation and image. It provides a measurement method and explains the scientific background.

Visual Perception Part 1

Visual Perception Part 1 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Susana Martinez-Conde
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Visual Perception Part 1 by Susana Martinez-Conde Summary

This book presents a collection of articles reflecting state-of-the-art research in visual perception, specifically concentrating on neural correlates of perception. Each section addresses one of the main topics in vision research today. Volume 1 Fundamentals of Vision: Low and Mid-Level Processes in Perception covers topics from receptive field analyses to shape perception and eye movements. A variety of methodological approaches are represented, including single-neuron recordings, fMRI and optical imaging, psychophysics, eye movement characterization and computational modelling. The contributions will provide the reader with a valuable perspective on the current status of vision research, and more importantly, with critical insight into future research directions and the discoveries yet to come. · Provides a detailed breakdown of the neural and psychophysical bases of Perception · Presents never-before-published original discoveries · Includes multiple full-color illustrations

Perception First Form of Mind

Perception  First Form of Mind Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tyler Burge
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Perception First Form of Mind by Tyler Burge Summary

Tyler Burge offers an agenda-setting, scientifically rigorous account of the most primitive form of representational mind: perception. He explains how perception works and how it relates to other mental capacities--conation, attention, memory, anticipation, affect, learning, imagining--and clarifies the distinction between perceiving and thinking.

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