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Unformatted text preview: mutually acceptable agreement Perception checking – three-part method for verifying the accuracy of interpretations including a description of the sense data, two possible interpretations, and a request for confirmation of the interpretation Pillow method – 1.) I am right your wrong, 2.) your right I’m wrong, 3.) both right both wrong, 4.) the issue isn’t important, 5.) truth in all four perspectives Punctuation – the process of determining the causal order of events Selection – the first stage in the perception process in which some data are chosen to attend to and others to ignore Self-serving bias – the tendency to interpret and explain information in a way that casts the perceiver in the most favorable manner Stereotyping – exaggerated generalizations associated with a categorizing system Sympathy – compassion for another’s situation...
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- Fall '09
- Social Psychology, mutually acceptable agreement, Kevin Skidmore