For instance, it will easy for one to tell that a phenomenon are occurring when he or she has had a familiar experience before. It is a Deja Vu.
Interpretation of an event is purely determinant on one believe, values and practices (DeVito, 2013). In real life, it is evidenced by the fact that people do not come make same judgments when something happens. There is always mixed reaction towards a phenomenon. For instance in politics most of the time there are two camps of people who see a same thing differently with each party having concrete reasons explains as to why they are supporting or against an idea. Memory plays a great role in perception since on is likely to perceive an event in relation to what he or she can remember that happened in the same context. The recall is the last step in perception, and it involves the instance when one takes time to remember what has happened before. Through the process, one can perceive the event more