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Author(s): Ulrich, Rolf | Rese, Friederike
[German Version] I. Natural Science and Psychology Perception refers in general to the gathering of information in the central nervous system from the surrounding environment or from within the body itself. The primary function of perception consists in the gathering of vital information from our environment; this information is needed in particular for the steering of motor activity. A distinction is frequently drawn between sensation and perception, going back to the theory of structuralism formulated by W. Wundt in the 18th century. According to thi…