SPC 200 Ch.3 Perception and Communication

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style Perception and Communication Perception process  Selection  Organization  Interpretation Selection We notice what: 1. Stands out 2. Noticed before 3. We need 4. Cultures says important Organizational Structures  Prototypes most typical or ideal (categories)  Personal constructs judgments  Stereotypes - predictions How I see you Your small group should: Provide examples of each of the four schemata as applied to your perceptions of me (Prof. Mason). I will reciprocate by explaining the schemata I have used to perceive you. Film clip Finding Forester Interpretation Attaching meaning or explanations to what we notice Film clip Being There Attributions  Explanations of why things happen and why people act as they do  LOCUS internal external  STABILITY stable unstable (temporary)  SPECIFICITY specific global Case study...
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2011 for the course CMNS 211 taught by Professor Burnett during the Spring '09 term at DePaul.

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