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1. Motion perception
2nd Stage
3) Which is the last moving cement brand from your outlet?
4) What are the reasons for particular cement brand moving fast in the market ?
5) Which company brand do you recommend?
6) What motivates you to recommend a particular brand?
7) What are the major factors that influence the customer in purchasing cement?
8) How do you create awareness about lanco cement?
9) What is your opinion on lanco cement?
10) Kindly how much (metric tonnes) you sell per month?
11) Which media advertisement you suggest move for lanco cement?
12) In which area lanco cement has to join to handle?
13) What type of packages you prefer to handle?
14) In your view what are the negative point of lanco cement?
15) What type of support you need from the company?
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Perception

Perception

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Introduction
Thus, perception in humans describes the process whereby sensory stimulation is
translated into organized experience. That experience, or percept, is the joint product of the
stimulation and of the process itself. Relations found between various types of stimulation
(e.g., light waves and sound waves) and their associated percepts suggest inferences that can
be made about the properties of the perceptual process; theories of perceiving then can be
developed on the basis of these inferences. Because the perceptual process is not itself public
or directly observable (except to the perceiver himself, whose percepts are given directly in
experience), the validity of perceptual theories can be checked only indirectly
Introduction
Thus, perception in humans describes the process whereby sensory stimulation is
translated into organized experience. That experience, or percept, is the joint product of the
stimulation and of the process itself. Relations found between various types of stimulation
(e.g., light waves and sound waves) and their associated percepts suggest inferences that can
be made about the properties of the perceptual process; theories of perceiving then can be
developed on the basis of these inferences. Because the perceptual process is not itself public
or directly observable (except to the perceiver himself, whose percepts are given directly in
experience), the validity of perceptual theories can be checked only indirectly

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