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COMM 1004C Week 2 Application Worksheet The Perception Process Directions: Download this worksheet to your computer and save it using this submission title: “WK2Assgn1+last name+first initial.doc” . The file name identifies you and indicates to your Instructor that your worksheet is available to grade. Please fill in the answers in the boxes provided by TYPING in your answers. If you need more space than is provided, the box will expand as you write. Do not write your answers in a separate document because your Instructor will use the rubric after each question to grade that section of this worksheet. You may use the rubrics as a guide to make sure you completed each question correctly. Question 1 1. Name the 3 steps of the perception process and provide an original example of each. Insert your answers below. If you need more space, the box will automatically expand as you hit Enter . 1. The first step in the perception process is selection (Wood, 2016). What we focus on, or select is determine by our surroundings and circumstances, a newly pregnant woman who is excited about her pregnancy may notice babies, or other pregnant women, where as someone who was diagnosed with a debilitating disease may notice handicap people or hospitals. 2. The second step in the process of perception is organization, this is further broken down into four subcategories called schemata according to Julia Wood (2016, pg77).
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