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Re: Difference between cognition and perception?

Well there are "misconceptions" so ....

What are the differences between "percepts" and "concepts"?



At 10:26 PM 14/04/2004 -0700, Pierre Divenyi wrote:
One other thought, a bit in Eliot Handelman's line of musical thinking:
Whereas we speak of "misperceptions", I have never heard anyone referring
to "miscognition". How come? Are we infallible when it comes to cognition
(memory, attention, learning, etc.)?

Pierre Divenyi
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