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How are the problems of ambiguity in understanding language similar or different to the problems of ambiguity in other perceptual processes that that has bee3n discussed such as a prevasive challege comprehension, speech perceptionrepresenting meaning, structural ambiguity, reading and language

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Ambiguity is a concept which can cause serious disconnect in communication of all kinds.

Research on human cognition indicates that for better communication and reception of the communication, avoiding and preventing ambiguity is necessary.
Perceptual ambiguities in ...

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Ambiguity : perceptions, sensation, visual, auditory illusions

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Make sure to support all assertions and research choices, using the attached resources as well as additional scholarly literature.
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Length: 5 to 7 pages

Using current APA standards.

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