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Psych353 Exam1-006 - 0 Correspondence between self-rating...

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Unformatted text preview: 0 Correspondence between self-rating and others is better with friends than acquaintances o People’s perception Not strong correspondence to other’s perception - Traits that unambiguous and clearly manifested in behavior —* Substantial correlations between self-evaluation and other’s evaluation (Consciousness and extraversion) o More desirable trait —>1ess the correspondence between self—rating and others Correspondence between self-Views and behavior Level of agreement of ideas of themselves to others Ex) Students participated in study and got comment paper after it. Will they walk 200feet to throw away the paper? Or will they just throw away the paper to the dirty trashcan nearby? —>Students those who environmentally conscious walk 200feet to the empty trashcan. Magic number = .30 / 9% of variance in people’s behavior 0 People overestimate their ability to predict their own behavior Ex) how likely is that you study in the library? —> I think I will go to the library everyday this semester... 7 Overestimate degree to which they do things - Mistakenly believe that their self—knowledge is enough to predict their own behavior 0 Predict error are more likely when outcome is positive 0 Most student predicts their grades will be better than they really are 0 Overestimate likelihood they will engage in social desirable behavior Ex) American cancer society —>50% initially—>less than 1/3 of that 0 Specific than abstract and simple and multiple? 0 To the degree of socially value—mime bias 0 Moreover, degree of bias is not excessive —>mild but consistency - People think that they are little better than they really are Self—Conce t The representation of self-knowledge Many people believes that self—knowledge is came fiom theory We need self-concept to organized the body of experience Ex) Robber ran from the bank Otter ran from the bank We simultaneously use bottom—up (data-driven) and top-down process ...
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