Chapter3 - Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3...

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Interpersonal Communication Chapter 3 – Intercultural Communication and Perception Interpersonal Communication and Perception o The process of experiencing your world and then making sense out of what you experience. o Interpersonal Perception: the process by which you decide what people are like and give meaning to their actions. Five stages: selecting, organizing, interpretation/evaluation, memory, and recall. o Stage 1: Selecting Principles of Selection Selective perception Selective attention Selective exposure Selective recall Thin-slicing Judgments based on a small sample of behavior o Stage 2: Organizing Organization by Rules Proximity, similarity, contrast Organization by Schemata Mental Templates (ex. Stereotypes) Organization by Scripts Action, event, or procedure o Stage 3: Interpreting Assign meaning to what we have observed, influenced by Experience, needs, wants, values, beliefs Expectations Physical and emotional state
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2011 for the course COMM 025 taught by Professor Miller during the Spring '11 term at GWU.

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