CMN 101 Interpersonal lecture 4 on perception and self concept

CMN 101 Interpersonal lecture 4 on perception and self concept

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/14/11 Perception and Self Concept Chapter 9
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9/14/11 What is Perception? Definition: The process of making meanings from the things we experience in the environment Three Stages of the Perception Process Selection The process of attending to a stimulus Organization
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9/14/11 What Affects Our Perception? Stereotyping Primacy Predicted Value Outcome Theory (PVOT) Perceptual set http://www.suppressedscience.net/mars.h Egocentrism Positivity bias
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9/14/11 Self-Concept Definition: The set of perceptions a person has about who he or she is; also known as identity “I am…” Self concept arises through communication with others:
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9/14/11 Self Concept is Multifaceted Johari Window
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Self Concept is Partly Subjective Parts of self concept are based on fact i.e. “I was born in a suburb of Chicago but now live in the city of Chicago” i.e. “I’m 5”6 and have blonde hair”
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2011 for the course CMN 101 taught by Professor Aragona during the Winter '09 term at DePaul.

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CMN 101 Interpersonal lecture 4 on perception and self concept

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