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TRENDS, NETWORKS & CRITICAL THINKING IN THE 21 ST CENTURY 2 ND SEM 1 ST QUARTERLY EXAMINATION

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Test I Draw the following illustrations of the principles of grouping through visual perception: 3 pts each.

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1.

Proximity

2. Common Regions

3. Focal Points

4.

Uniform Connectedness

5. Symmetry and Order

6. Continuation

7.

Figure or Ground

8. Common Fate

9. Law of Pragnanz

Figure or Ground 8. Common Fate 9. Law of Pragnanz Test II – Identification. Choose inside
Figure or Ground 8. Common Fate 9. Law of Pragnanz Test II – Identification. Choose inside
Figure or Ground 8. Common Fate 9. Law of Pragnanz Test II – Identification. Choose inside

Test II Identification. Choose inside the box and write the correct answer on the space provide. NO ERASURES.

PAST EXPERIENCE

LAW OF PRAGNANZ

CLOSURE

SYMMETRY AND ORDER

CONTINUATION

COMMON REGIONS

UNIFORM CONNECTEDNESS

PARALLELISM FIGURE OR GROUND PROXIMITY

COMMON FATE FOCAL POINTS SIMILARITY

 

1. Objects that are closer together are perceived as more related than objects that are further

apart.

2. Elements that are visually connected are perceived as more related than elements with no

connection.

3. Elements are perceived as part of a group if they are located within the same closed region.

 

4. Elements with a point of interest, emphasis or difference will capture and hold the viewers

attention.

5. Elements are perceived as part of a group if they are located within the same closed region.

 

6. Elements arranged on a line or a curve are perceived as more related than elements not on

the line or curve.

7. When seeing a complex arrangement of elements, we tend to look for a single, recognizable

pattern.

8. People tend to perceive objects as shapes that form around their center.

9. Speaks of the connection between positive and negative spaces.

10. People will perceive and interpret ambiguous or complex images as the simples form.

11. The weakest principle in the gestalt.

12. This principle applies to lines that are moving or pointing to the same destination.

13. Elements that move in the same direction are perceived as more related than elements that

are stationary or that move in different directions.

Test III. Enumeration. Wrong spelling is wrong. NO ERASURES. Write your answers at the back of the test paper. 1-7 Seven Analytical Methods 8-11 Meaning of SWOT 12-15 Meaning of PEST 16-20 The 5 Forces in Michael Porters 5 Forces Analysis

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