1094 Uppsatser om Perception - Sida 1 av 73
Motorik och Perception är viktigta delar i alla barns utveckling,men hur viktgt är det för banrets skrivinlärning. Syftet med denna uppsats är att ta reda på hur pedagoerna ser på sambandet mellan motorik, Perception och skrivinlärning och vad säger forskningen.Vad gör pedagogerna om de ser att barn har problem med motrik, Perception eller skrivinlärning för att hjälpa barnet inom dessa områden. Hur påverkar det pedagogernas arbete samt hur påverkar det barnet om denne har sårigheter inom motrik och Perception..
Purpose;the purpose of this study is to investigate whether a product ad observer's purchase intention, Perception of product quality, brand image Perception and price Perception is affected depending on the size of the text that was used in the ad to communicate the product price.Methodology;the study was conducted using a quantitative method through a survey. The implementation of the study has been done by using three variants of the same suit ad where the three different variants have been manipulated on the text size on the price information, by reduced / increased the text size. The implementation has also been carried out using two different ad sender, with three ads for each sender.Result and conclusion;the text size on the price of a product ad mainly affects the observer's price and quality Perception, where the small text will have a positive effect on quality Perception and a negative effect on the quality Perception. Even brand image changes depending on the text size where small text will have a positive effect..
Earlier studies and research on the subject of Perception and social media during the working process resulted in a change of the problem. At first the focus of the study was to examine how social media affects the Perception of a brand although later on the problem had to be developed to instead examine if social media reflects the Perception of a brand. The purpose of this study is to figure out if social media reflects consumer?s Perception of a brand. This will contribute to company?s knowledge on how important social media is in their branding and will give pointers on how many resources that is necessary to spend on branding in social media.
The main aim of this research was to investigate four humour styles, affiliative, self-enhancing, aggressive, and self-defeating humour, and compare these with emotional Perception. Forty-eight persons took part in the research, 27 women and 21 men living in the southern part of Sweden. Two humour tests were used: the Humour Scale Questionnaire ? HSQ, with 32 items, and a newly composed video test, assembled after pilot testing from 26 video clips, the Humour Video Questionnaire ? HVQ. To measure Perception and interpretation of emotion, the revised version of the ?Reading the Mind in the Eyes? Test was used.
The purpose of current paper is to identify the differences (ifany) between Swedish and Turkish consumers in terms ofproduct design Perception and to identify the differences toproduct design in relating the four dimensions / characteristics:1.Aesthetical attractiveness, 2.Functionality, 3.Value and4.Quality.The findings of the study indicate the existence of a universal Perception of design. Despite the culturally different countries that are examined the empirical material consistently display similarities between the two countries. Both the quantitative and qualitative data point to a very similar Perception in terms of design. The possibilities of global design are discussed for companies as well as managerial implications and future research..
This thesis deals with the concepts of individual and individuation as defined by Leibniz and Spinoza. I go through the use and definition of the concept of individual in four stages.First I discuss the individual as conceived by Spinoza as a relation formed by a composition of parts and the individual as conceived by Leibniz as a complete notion consisting of all the events in the life of a subject.Next is the roll of Perception in Leibniz discussed, likewise individuation through different Perception with varying distinctness, and the affinity of Perception with affection.The discussions concerning the individual concludes in a section about the essence of the individual as being the desire of the individual. In the last stage, I discuss the multitude as being an own individual..
The standard model concerning the relationship between Perception and motility is linear and one-way. It depicts the flow between the two as moving from sensation to Perception to representation to computation, and finally, to motility and action. According to this model, animal being is basically a bundle of reflexes. But what can correctly be considered a bundle of reflexes from a natural science point of view, doesn't necessarily have to be true. This conception does not take into consideration the more complex interactions between motility and Perception that constitutes, or generates, animal and human beings.
We are always surrounded by space, not just only in a room with four walls, but also when we are outdoors.Constantly we move in a flow of space that changes whenever we move. Unaware we are affectedby this threedimensional surrounding of ours, and it reacts with our Perception. Many times, we chooseto translate it into something two-dimensional, for example when we take a photo, recording a movie orframing a view with a window. It helps us to catch a moment, a piece of reality and restore it in our ownway. In this project I?ve chosen to explore this process, to interpret and create my own theories about thistranslation from space to a two-dimensional surface.
Purpose of the study was to illustrate how emotional competence can be important for leadership and to explore the possibility of improving emotion Perception ability after training. Participants in this study were 40 managers, divided into control and experimental group, within public administration. The participants implemented a data-based emotion Perception test, which were done twice at every occasion, with intervention consisting of information or education between test- and retest. The result showed a clear improvement after intervention, in which no difference was found between control and experimental group, which has been discussed on the basis of the likelihood of a training effect occurred between test-retest. Conclusions about emotional competence or leadership ability could not be drawn from the results of the emotion Perception test.
This essay aims to investigate how students in upper secondary school perceive the subject religion A. The study is both qualitative and quantitative and I will use a survey to investigate the Perception of religion among students both vocationally oriented and theory oriented. I will use questions concerning religious background and Perception on the subject in relation to the curriculum but also try to investigate whether there are differences on Perception between the vocational and theory orientation. The theoretical approach is mainly based on the curriculum concerning religion A but former research is also used such as books written by Sven G Hartman (2000), Ulf Sjödin (1995), Ove Larsson (1991), Elsie Davidsson (1989) and Anders Törnwall (1988). The result in the study is that students for the most part perceive the subject religion A as something positive and the background has a connection to their present Perception.
The study examines risk Perception and crisis preparedness among personnel at high-schools. The focus is set on teachers and leaders at four high-schools in Örebro municipality, Sweden. The purpose of the study is to examine crisis preparedness and identify factors which influences risk Perception and crisis preparedness. The survey consisted of a questionnaire which was completed by 95 respondents. The results show that better information about the crisis preparedness in the schools is needed.
The purpose of this thesis is to get a better understanding of consumers? Perception and knowledge of Fair Trade and Fair Trade products in Sweden. Literature was reviewed before the empirical research was conducted. A quantitative method, in form of a questionnaire survey, has been used. We have entered different areas related to our topic.
A study has been conducted with the aim to investigate young people's Perception of the relationship between cyber bullying and self-image and their Perception of which role gender plays in this relationship. Three focus group interviews were conducted with six to seven participants in each. The majority (16/19) of participants were women. A thematic analysis was used in which five themes were identified. The results show that there is a Perception of a link between cyber bullying and self-image in which people who become cyber bullied have lower self-image and poor self-image can contribute to the experience of feeling cyber bullied.
Denna text undersöker om unga datorspelare uppfattar perifera dynamiska specialeffekter i virtuella spelmiljöer av FPS-spel. Texten går igenom tidigare forskning om Perception och hur partikeleffekter i spel har utvecklats de senaste 20 åren. I undersökningen har det tillverkats en spelprototyp som använts för att testa hur spelaren spelat spelet. Därefter har spelaren svarat på en enkät som analyserats tillsammans med gjorda fältobservationer. Resultaten från undersökningen visar att spelare uppfattat specialeffekter i spel.
The aim of this thesis is to examine the customer profitability in a wholesale company. A case study of Eugen Wiberger AB has been conducted. Firstly the authors have examined the current Perception of the company regarding their customer profitability and the results of their calculation of the customer profitability. Secondly an Activity-Based Costing analysis has been performed and has been compared to the Perception in the case company. The conclusions are that the smaller customers are the least profitable, and in some cases unprofitable, whereas the larger customers are profitable.