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how does top-down processing leave us vulnerable to illusions?

what is the role of attention in behavior?

How does experience and culture influence perceptual processes? (ex: perceptual set, context efffects)

how do common sensory disorders, like vision or hearing loss, affect the individuals behaviors? How do they learn to compensate?

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