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- Stimulus Factors Affecting Perception o Gestait psychology Closure – Individuals tend to fill in missing elements when a stimulus is incomplete Grouping – Consumers integrate various bits and pieces of information into organized wholes Proximity Similarity Continuity Context – We separate figure and ground - Application of “Closure” o Prior to job interviews, practice a ddressing interviewers’ qu e stions - Tips for interview respons es o Success Illustrat e traits important for the sought-after position Describe specifically what you did to construct a successful outco m e (even for group work o Lack of Success Do not disguise a favorable trait (ex. I work too hard) Do not highlight a continued lack of skill on a job-related trait. Do not place the bla m e on others.
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Unformatted text preview: Show what was learne d from the exp erienc e o Interviewers Judge m e nts Ability to co m m unicat e Positive attitude Enthusias m a nd Motivation Intelligenc e Leadership Potential Aggressiveness/Initiative Self Confidence Persuasiveness-Consumer Perceptions o Consumer Characteristics affecting perception o Stimulus Characteristics Affecting perception o Issues in perception-Self o Self concept o Extended Self o Gender Roles o Body Image-Thought Questions o What are difference components of self o If you had to leave your home with only one item, what would it be? At what level extended self Is that item?...
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