Aptitude: Mental, Perceptual, Sensory/Physical

P-Sensory/Mental Awareness of Pieces of The Picture: awareness of existence, importance, and relationship of things relative to other things, and then those things relative to possible larger contexts for them; ability or potential to perceive pertinent detail in objects or in pictorial or graphic material; to make visual comparisons and discriminations and see slight differences in shapes and shadings; intra-holistic awareness of a part to part and a part to the whole.

Sensory/mental awareness of pieces of the picture requiring the natural ability to visually and mentally see relationship and linkage of things (pieces of the picture) to the big picture and to other pieces; intra-holistic awareness of a part regarding other parts, and all parts relative to the whole in various configurations.

Sensory/mental awareness of pieces of the picture is the capacity for comparative, intra-holistic recognition of a parts relative to other a parts and/or the big picture. It includes ability to see essential detail, and make visual/mental comparison and discrimination relative to relationships of objects. The definition says pieces of the picture, so it recognizes the picture and its larger context. But this trait still emphasizes pieces and their status as pieces. If awareness of the pieces is more strongly motivated than seeing the big picture, then a high motivation indicates that this person gets to see the big picture by putting the pieces together.
Moderate motivation indicates that this person is aware of detail as essential detail; i.e. detail is not just seen as detail, but as detail that has linkage and relationship with something larger, unitary and complete. Detail is, therefore, seen as a piece of the picture. If not seen as a part of the known picture, it is seen as most likely important for a probable picture. In other words, a moderate motivation indicates that this person is motivated to build or fill something meaningful with what is at hand. This is a practical, objective, manipulative, or managerial orientation related to what must be, or could be managed.
Low motivation indicates that this person is inclined to prefer to wing it by intuitive or conceptual awareness of the big picture without taking into account, or taking count of, the specific pieces of the picture. Very often, such intuition is (or has been) reliable and is, therefore, trusted for guidance and decisions. Such assumption carries greater risk. It is something akin to driving without a map, or flying without instruments.