from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In psychology, a hypothetical process which is more than sensation and less than perception, involving the coördination of sensations into an aggregate and the reference of this aggregate to the outside world.

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  • noun psychology A supposed form of apprehension midway between sensation in animals and perception in human beings.


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