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1 Perceiving & Understanding Chapter Two
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Slide2 Perception -- Ch 2 In this chapter you will learn: I. Perception Defined II. Three Stages Of Perception III. Factors Influencing Perception. IV. Guidelines for improving skills in perception.
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Slide3 I. Perception Defined Defined : An active process of selecting, organizing and interpreting phenomena Rorschack test inkblot
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Slide4 I. Perception Defined Nothing Becomes a Man More Than a Woman's Face
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Slide5 I. Perception Defined Think back to how we defined communication. Anything can become communication if someone attaches meaning to it. What we let through the filter.
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Slide6 II. Three Stages Of Perception Selection Organization Interpretation
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Slide7 I. Three Stages Of Perception Selection Selection is the process of choosing which aspects of reality to notice.
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Slide8 II. Three Stages Of Perception 1. Selection “Millions of items of the outward order are present to my senses which never properly enter into my experience.” ~~ William James, American Philosopher and Psychologist Selective Perception - “We hear, what we want to hear!”
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course CST 190 taught by Professor Billmeyer during the Spring '08 term at Wisc La Crosse.

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