Information Processing 9-27

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Information Processing
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Perception is… The process by which you filter and interpret what your senses relay so you can create a meaningful picture of the world. Different stuff is salient to you depending on where you are, your position, etc.
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Stages of Perception and Influential Factors Selection Process Helps us decide what we’re gonna pay attention to Characteristics of the Perceived Motion, intensity (brightness), unusual Characteristics of the Perceiver Point of view (driver vs passenger Present needs/purposes/goals (how old you are) Personal relevance Expectations Organization Process What goes together in our perceptions Proximity Similar Simplicity Experience Expectations Interpretation Process How do I make sense of the stimuli Expectations Relative intensity Unique
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Perceiving Others Selection General Traits Used to evaluate everyone Articulated Cultural significance
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