Jaded - Jaded Hello Class, We all live with our perceptions...

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Jaded Hello Class, We all live with our perceptions and bias which may be learned over time. What causes people to become "jaded" is that over time the excuses and issues are always the same and the issue never seems to get better. One problem which occurs is confirmation bias, as we begin to believe that excuses are baseless we look for indicators which prove we are right. We tend to ignore any information which may point contrary to our beliefs and look only for indicators which support our bias. When identifiying your specific indicators, did you find any instances where you may have supported a bias perception? Explain why or why not. I think it is human nature for us to make excuses for any failures or obstacles we may come across when on a specific quest. Marcus, I agree with you for us to choose a career and excel at it, it first has to make sense to us; it has to be the right choice based on real factors and situations. I believe if we choose a career that we really like and enjoy,
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2012 for the course US 101 101 taught by Professor Keller during the Summer '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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Jaded - Jaded Hello Class, We all live with our perceptions...

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