CheckPoint - Evaluation and Judgement

CheckPoint - Evaluation and Judgement - What are the...

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What are the different ways in which we evaluate people? There are different ways to evaluate people, could be based on first impression, for which we rely on schemata, noticing a number of surface characteristics like clothes, gestures, tone of voice, appearance, manner of speaking, to mention a few, this help us draw the first impression, and we place the person in a ready-make category. Another fact that could affect the impressions we form of an individual is the order in which we acquired the information. The first impressions are always the strongest, this is the primacy effect. Stereotyping have a great effect on how we evaluate people, we rely in a set of characteristics that we believe is share by members of a social category or a group, sex, race, occupation, physical appearance, place of How do these factors play a role in our expectations of other people?
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