Personality Judgment POST 2009

Personality Judgment POST 2009 - Personality Judgment We do...

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Personality Judgment We do it every day! PSYC 352 Summer Session II, 2009
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Agenda “Check yourself”: Types of Data Consequences of everyday personality judgment Importance of the situation Criteria for accurate personality judgment Moderators of personality judgment How to be a better judge of personality
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Instructional Objectives At the end of this lesson, students should be able to: Discuss some reasons why everyday personality judgments matter Discuss how situations can affect behavior Define inter-judge agreement and behavioral prediction, and discuss their importance for accurate personality judgment Discuss the relevant moderators of personality judgment: the good judge, the good target, the good trait, and good information Identify ways to improve everyday personality judgment
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Important personality qualities Which particular personality qualities do you think are important to knowing a person?
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Answers Integrity Reliability Conscinetiousness Openesss Goals Extraversion/ Interverasion Communication Sense of humor Socialability
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Consequences of personality judgment Why do these judgments matter? They affect: Opportunities Expectancies
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Behavioral confirmation effect Also called expectancy effect When people expect us to behave in a certain
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2009 for the course PSYC 352 taught by Professor Mehl during the Summer '09 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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