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Gestalt

Latest update : 1 May 2007.

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  • Italian definition

    1 maggio 2007, di Pierre Couprie

    Gestalt
    Esperienza percettiva nella quale il tutto √® percepito come entit√ contenente pi√Ļ della semplice somma delle parti. Essa pu√≤ essere percepita prima della percezione delle singole parti. Quando le figure sono complesse o nel momento in cui si renda necessaria l’identificazione di un elemento, visuale o uditivo, incompleto, la configurazione pu√≤ essere interpretata in modo differente da differenti individui che hanno avuto esperienze diverse. Da quando la psicologia della (...)

  • German definition

    17 February 2007, by Pierre Couprie

    Gestalt

  • French definition

    1 December 2006, by Pierre Couprie

    Gestalt
    La gestalt est une exp√©rience perceptive dans laquelle un tout contient quelque chose de plus que la somme de ses parties. En outre, la gestalt peut √™tre per√ßue avant les parties qui la forme. Ainsi, lorsque des figures deviennent complexes ou lorsqu’une identification d’un √©l√©ment incomplet, visuel ou stimuli auditif, est n√©cessaire, un agencement identique peut √™tre interpr√©t√© diff√©remment par des individus diff√©rents en fonction de leurs exp√©riences (...)

  • Spanish definition

    10 August 2006, by Rob Weale

    Gestalt
    Una t√≠pica experiencia perceptiva en la que el todo es entendido como algo m√°s que la suma de las partes. Asimismo, la gestalt puede ser percibida antes que las partes que la componen. Cuando las figuras se tornan complejas o cuando se requiere la clasificaci√≥n de est√≠mulos visuales o auditivos incompletos, una configuraci√≥n similar puede ser interpretada de modo diferente por distintos individuos seg√ļn sus experiencias pasadas. Dado que la psicolog√≠a gest√°ltica se ocupa de (...)

  • English definition

    2 January 2005, by Rob Weale

    A typical perceptual experience in which the whole is understood as something more than the sum of the parts. Furthermore, this gestalt may be perceived before the parts comprising it. When figures become complex or when labelling of incomplete visual or auditory stimuli is required, a similar configuration may be interpreted differently by different individuals based on past experience. Since Gestalt psychology is concerned with the perceptual and cognitive organisation of sensory (...)

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