Evaluation and Judgment

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Evaluation and Judgment What are the different ways in which we evaluate people? The ways that we tend to evaluate people is by a first impression, which is by what clothes a person wears, a person’s gestures, their manner of speaking, by a person’s tone of voice, their appearance, and a person’s culture. We will tend to use stereotypes to evaluate someone as well. A stereotype of someone that we evaluate would be based on a set of characteristics that are believed to be shared by all members of a social category, which would be, sex, race, their occupation, physical appearance, their place of residence, and membership in an organization or group. We will all evaluate people that we meet in some way or another, but it all depends on the way we choose to evaluate the person. How do these factors play a role in our expectations of other people? These factors play a role in our expectations because we expect these people to be the same people that we meet the first time. When a person changes who they are
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2010 for the course PSY BEH 225 taught by Professor Sondrasavage during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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