Social_Perception - Social Perception Book Component Study...

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Social Perception: Book Component Study Guide – True / False _____ 1. Social perception includes the processes we use to try to understand other people. _____ 2. Nonverbal communications include facial expressions, eye contact, body movements, and sounds. _____ 3. Facial expressions are universal across all cultures and carry information about other people's motives. _____ 4. Nonverbal cues cannot be used to detect deception. _____ 5. Women are better than men at using and understanding nonverbal cues. _____ 6. Attribution involves our efforts to understand why other people act the way that they do. _____ 7. The theory of correspondent inference suggests that we try to infer other people's traits from key aspects of their behavior. _____ 8. Kelley's theory of causal attribution focuses on central and peripheral traits. _____ 9. Discounting consists of downplaying the importance of a particular possible cause for someone's behavior when there are other possible causes present. _____ 10.
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