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The second step in the perceptual process is _________ data. (Points : 1) a selecting b interpreting c gathering d organizing
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User: The second step in the perceptual process is _________ data. (Points : 1) a selecting b interpreting c gathering d organizing

Weegy: c gathering
Expert answered|hanzyboy|Points 1355|

User: At a party where you don't know anybody, you meet a group of women who are standing together. Later, you meet one of these women, and you picture the group with whom she stood at the party. You are using which law of organization? (Points : 1) a proximity b similarity c closure d ambiguity

Weegy: b similarity
Expert answered|hanzyboy|Points 1355|

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