MGT 305 SG C5 - MGT 305 STUDY GUIDE – CHAPTER 5 Suggested...

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MGT 305 STUDY GUIDE – CHAPTER 5 Suggested areas and topics of study in preparation for Exam # 1 Factors influencing perception= o The Perceiver- Experiences, needs or motives, values and attitudes o The Setting=physical, social and organizational o The Perceived=contrast, figure-ground separation, intensity, size, motion, repetition/novelty Stages of the perceptual process= o Attention and Selection- selective screening and controlled processing o Organization-schemas help organize the information/ several types of schemas o Interpretation-understanding the information taken in and organized o Retrieval-being able to get the information stored in memory so it can be used Controlled processing=deciding what information to pay attention to and what to ignore non-controlled (automatic) processing=thinking about a problem and not paying attention to important information around you Schemas= 1. Self Schema-contains information about a person’s own appearance, behavior, and personality
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course MGT 305 taught by Professor Newton during the Spring '08 term at Jacksonville State.

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MGT 305 SG C5 - MGT 305 STUDY GUIDE – CHAPTER 5 Suggested...

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