Perception and ICTs

Athanasios Drigas, Dimitrios Diatsigkos

Abstract


Perception as a thought process has been one of the most popular fields of study and therefore much has been stated about it. Perhaps the most fundamental cognitive function is perception, in the sense that, is one of the basic elements that constitute the structure of mental states and activities. This chart review examines the extent of the interaction of ICTs with special needs and brain perception itself. For this scope a thorough search and comprehensive review of numerous articles was conducted with respect to the aforementioned aspects in order to survey the findings. The various tests of perception such as n-back, illusions and simulation tests … are representative examples of the knowledge acquired through this study regarding the current trend of research. Six different approaches of perception have been discussed over the past century. In that respect the questions which concern us at least most of all are, firstly, which are the types of perceptual phenomena that we use to form conjunctions with special needs and, secondly, what are the causes of these interesting phenomena. These studies indicate that, for the purpose of tests, participants are related to mind procedures such as verbal or visual processing strategies as well as their combination.

Keywords


ICTs; perception; language disorders; speech disorders; assessment; intervention;

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International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy (iJEP) – eISSN: 2192-4880
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