i.e. I don't think that a judgment is always a black-and-white action- or value-oriented conclusion. Sometimes it just tells us what lines of perception to keep open, which to alter, close, etc. Or would this be included in the sub-function of perception, processing, as mentioned above?
I feel like I'm very off on this, because for some reason, I still haven't grasped the difference between judgment and perception. So I'd like to know if the above corresponds to typical understandings of the two, or if I'm just making stuff up.