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Chapter 3 Notes (MNGT 470) Personality, Perception, and Attribution _________________ – the way in which factors such as skills, abilities, personalities, perceptions, attitudes, values, and ethics differ from one individual to another. __________________ – a psychological approach that says in order to understand human behavior, we must know something about the person and about the situation. 4 Propositions of Internal Psychology: 1. Behavior is a function of a _____________________________ between the person and situation. 2. Person is active in process and both ________, and________ by situations. 3. People vary in many characteristics, including _______, _______, _________, and _______ factors. 4. Two interpretations of situations are important: (1)_____________________ (2)_____________________ ____________ – a relatively stable set of characteristics that influences an individual’s behavior. 2 Types of Personality Theories: 1. _________________ – understand individuals by breaking down behavior patterns into a series of observable traits. Combining these traits into a group forms _________________. Big Five Personality Traits: 1. ____________ the person is Gregarious, assertive, sociable 2. ____________ the person is Cooperative, warm, agreeable 3. ____________ the person is Hardworking, organized, dependable 4. ____________ the person is Calm, self-confident, cool 5. ____________ the person is Creative, curious, cultured 2. ____________________ – describes personality as a composite of an individual’s psychological
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