This question ties together The Atlantic article and Textbook Chapter 5 materials.

This question ties together The Atlantic article and Textbook Chapter 5 materials.

The author writes, “The build up to an experience can completely change how you interpret the information reaching your brain from your otherwise objective senses. In psychology, true objectivity is pretty much considered to be impossible. Memories, emotions, conditioning, and all sorts of other mental flotsam taint every new experience you gain. In addition to all this, your expectations powerfully influence the final vote in your head over what you believe to be reality.”

What concept does the content of this statement and the entire paragraph in this article best relate to?

Sensory thresholds

Bottom-up processing

Sensory adaptation

Top-down processing

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