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Impression Formation Processes

Impression Formation Processes The way in which you perceive another person, and ultimately come to some kind of evaluation or interpretation of this person, is not a simple logical sequence. Instead, your perceptions seem to be influenced by a variety of processes. Here we consider some of the more significant: the self-fulfilling prophecy, personality theory, perceptual accentuation, primacy–regency, consistency, and attribution of control. self-fulfIllIng prophecy […]

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Memory Stage of perceptions

Stage Four: Memory Your perceptions and their interpretations–evaluations are put into memory; they’re stored so that you may retrieve them at some later time. So, for example, you have in memory your schema for college athletes and the fact that Ben Williams is a football player. Ben Williams is then stored in memory with “cognitive tags” that tell you that he’s strong, ambitious, academically weak, […]

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The recall stage of perception discussion

Stage Five: Recall The recall stage of perception involves accessing the information you have stored in memory. Let’s say that at some later date you want to retrieve your information about Ben because he’s the topic of discussion among you and a few friends. But your memory isn’t reproductive; you don’t simply reproduce what you’ve heard or seen. Rather, you reconstruct what you’ve heard or […]

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Interpretation and Evaluation perception

Stage Three: Interpretation–Evaluation The interpretation–evaluation step in perception (a combined term because the two processes cannot be separated) is greatly influenced by your experiences; needs; wants; values; beliefs about the way things are or should be; expectations; physical and emotional state; and so on. Your interpretation–evaluation are influenced by your rules, schemata, and scripts as well as by your gender; for example, women have been […]

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The organization of perceptions information

Stage Two: Organization At the second stage, you organize the information your senses pick up. Three interesting ways in which people organize their perceptions are by rules, by schemata, and by scripts. Let’s look at each briefly. Organization by rules In the organization of perceptions by rules, one frequently used rule is that of proximity or physical closeness: Things that are physically close to each […]

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Stimulation process in communication

Stage One: Stimulation At this first stage of perception, your sense organs are stimulated—you hear a new CD, see a friend, smell someone’s perfume, taste an orange, receive an instant message, feel another’s sweaty palm. Change and newness seem to be particularly stimulating and often get your attention. This is one of the reasons that changing your profile photo gets you more attention; you “look […]

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Perception in Interpersonal Communication

Perception in Interpersonal Communication 3.2 explain the five stages of perception and how they influence how you receive messages. Perception is the process by which you become aware of objects, events, and especially people through your senses: sight, smell, taste, touch, and hearing. Perception is an active, not a passive, process. Your perceptions result both from what exists in the outside world and from your […]

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Self-Esteem in Communication development

Self-Esteem Self-esteem is a measure of how valuable you think you are. If you have high selfesteem, you think highly of yourself; if you have low self-esteem, you tend to view yourself negatively. Self-esteem includes cognitive or thinking, affective or emotional, and behavioral components (Reasoner, 2010). • Cognitive self-esteem refers to your thinking about your strengths and weaknesses, about who you are versus who you’d […]

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Understanding the concept of Self-Awareness

Self-Awareness Your self-awareness represents the extent to which you know yourself, your strengths and your weaknesses, your thoughts and feelings, and your personality tendencies. Understanding how your self-concept develops is one way to increase your self awareness: The more you understand about why you view yourself as you do, the more you will understand who you are. Additional insight is gained by looking at self-awareness […]

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