Table of contents1.Def. of perception2.Factors affecting perception3.Attribution Theory1.1.Def1.2.attribution theory errors4.Perception Process2
3What Is Perception, and Why Is It Important?
4Factors ThatInfluence Perception
5Person Perception: Making JudgmentsAbout OthersDistinctiveness:shows different behaviors in different situations.Consensus: response is the same as others to same situation.Consistency:responds in the same way over time.Distinctiveness:shows different behaviors in different situations.Consensus: response is the same as others to same situation.Consistency:responds in the same way over time.
7Errors and Biasesin Attributions
9Frequently UsedShortcutsinJudging Others
12Perception process diagramEnvironmental STIMULIFeelingHearingSeeingSmellingTastingSelective AttentionPerceptual organizationAnd interpretationEmotion & Behavior
13The Perceptual ProcessThe perceptual process can be defined as the process of:1. Receiving Stimuli2. Selecting Stimuli3. Organizing4. Interpreting5. Checking6. Reacting
141-Receiving StimuliThe first step of perception process is the reception of stimuli ordata from various sources.Most data is received through the 5 organs (seeing, hearing,touching, smelling and tasting) and so learns about the variousaspects of things.Example:While taking a round of the shop floor, a supervisor may becomeaware of some trouble from smelling something strange and maythen draw attention of a worker to something burning due to asmall electrical fire.
152- Selecting StimuliAfter receiving the stimuli or data, only some areselected for our attention.