Perception, Attribution $ Learning

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PERCEPTION The process of receiving information about and making sense of our environment. This includes deciding which information to notice as well as how to categorize and interpret it. Several things catch our attention: Size, intensity, motion, repetition, novelty
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Can you find the dog?
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Count the black dots
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Are the horizontal lines parallel or do they slope?
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How many legs does this elephant have?
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Do you see a cube missing a corner? Or do you see a small cube in a big one?
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Is the blue on the inner left back or the outer left front?
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Social Perception The process of combining integrating, and interpreting information about others to gain an accurate understanding of them. How we figure out the people around us, why they are doing what they are doing and acting how they are acting.
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Social Perception - interpreting information about another person Perceiver Characteristics Familiarity with target Attitudes/Mood Self-Concept Cognitive structure Target Characteristics Physical appearance Verbal communication Nonverbal cues Intentions Situational Characteristics Interaction context Strength of situational cues
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PERCEPTUAL ERRORS 1. Selective Perception 2. First-impression Error (primacy effects) 3. Similar-to-me Effect (Projection) 4. Self-Fulfilling Prophecy (the Pygmalion & Golem Effects) 5. The Halo Effect
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An Imposed Perceptual Error? Impression Management
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course ECON 100 taught by Professor Chandle during the Spring '11 term at UC Irvine.

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