• WordNet 3.6
    • adj apperceptive able to relate new percepts to past experience
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • apperceptive Pertaining or relating to, or of the nature of, apperception.
    • apperceptive In current psychology: characterized by clearness, or by the state of attention;
    • apperceptive resulting from or pertaining to the psychological process of apperception.
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In literature:

Unity of Apperception of the Conceptions contained therein.
"The Critique of Pure Reason" by Immanuel Kant
It seems that he is governed by the desire for ease in the apperception of the two objects.
"Harvard Psychological Studies, Volume 1" by Various
There was associative apperception, subsumptive apperception, assimilative apperception, and others up to sixteen.
"Talks To Teachers On Psychology; And To Students On Some Of Life's Ideals" by William James
My senses and mental apperceptions were by now a little on the raw.
"The Killer" by Stewart Edward White
A cross apperception will then amount to a contrary force.
"Winds Of Doctrine" by George Santayana
A more detailed study of apperception as a mental process will be made in Chapter XXVI.
"Ontario Normal School Manuals: Science of Education" by Ontario Ministry of Education
This is called Apperception.
"The Story of the Mind" by James Mark Baldwin
This test, because it throws such interesting light on the maturity of the child's apperceptive processes, is one of the most valuable of all.
"The Measurement of Intelligence" by Lewis Madison Terman
What is meant by the phrases "apperception mass," "universes of discourse," and "definitions of the situations"?
"Introduction to the Science of Sociology" by Robert E. Park
What does apperception mean?
"Training the Teacher" by A. F. Schauffler
What do we mean by apperceptive background?
"Vocal Expression" by Katherine Jewell Everts
Would there be anybody else in this vast apperception area who worked for the prevention of war?
"The Brain" by Alexander Blade
She reviewed swiftly the conversation, supplementing his blind apperceptions of Eaton's manner with what she herself had seen.
"The Blind Man's Eyes" by William MacHarg
He thus emphasizes in apperception the connexion with the self as resulting from the sum of antecedent experience.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 3" by Various
Nine-tenths of every picture is the product, not of perception, but of apperception.
"Browning and the Dramatic Monologue" by S. S. Curry
He had no apperceptive centres in his experience or his training to which your kind of religious teaching was related.
"Dickens As an Educator" by James L. (James Laughlin) Hughes
Somehow "apperceptive masses" are stirred that will assist in getting hold of the new subject.
"How We Think" by John Dewey
Dewey realizes that his act of intelligence is similar to Kant's 'apperceptive unity.
"John Dewey's logical theory" by Delton Thomas Howard
The shortest way to understand the Stoic principle is through the psychological doctrine of apperception.
"The Five Great Philosophies of Life" by William de Witt Hyde
The intelligence of Pissarro was synthetic to a small extent, but not once did it exhibit signs of extended apperception.
"Modern Painting, Its Tendency and Meaning" by Willard Huntington Wright

In poetry:

Poet,oracle and wit
Like unsuccessful anglers by
Th ponds of apperception sit,
Baiting with the wrong request
The vectors of their interest;
At nightfall tell the angler's lie.
"The Waters" by W H Auden

In science:

Hence, if this difference is not directly apperceptible the result of the preceding section remains valid without modiļ¬cation.
Translation of "Die Messung quantenmechanischer Operatoren" by E.P.~Wigner