Selective Perception theory

by csladmin


The perceptual process in which individuals only perceive what they want to or desire while setting aside or ignoring opposing viewpoints and perceptions. It is a broad term to describe the behavior all people exhibit to be in the habit of “seeing things” based on their particular frame of reference.


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