To be able to understand the process of perception, the emotional load attached to each perceived object should be analyzed and understood clearly. Research concerning emotional load has its roots in the unconscious levels of the mind. An understanding of the unconscious levels requires a psychopathological approach as well as a psychological one. An attempt, therefore, has been made to analyze perception with its psychological and psychiatric aspects in a therapeutic environment assuming that the therapeutic environment is a suitable ground for a perception research. Among psychiatric settings the mental hospital grounds and among patient groups schizophrenics have been selected to accomplish what has been stated above.