3.2 Perception In Interpersonal Communication (Recall (Stereotypes (Are…
3.2 Perception In Interpersonal Communication
Are labels that you have placed on things. Recalling by stereotype you might not remember all the true facts but the information stored within the label you created.
If the information doesn't match or met the same criteria as your stereotype then is sometimes is fragmented or even forgotten.
Is your ability to look back at your memories at a later time and remember stored information that pertains to a current interaction.
Is a strong disagreement to the stereotype you formed. It is possible that this disagreement with the previous information will make it easier to retrieve and might even have you amend the stereotype.
Is your ability to subconsciously be attentive to something if you feel it might be of use to you, as you are doing other things.
Is when you make a decision and after doing so listen to messages that affirm that you made the right choice and tend to reject conflicting messages to that choice.
Stimulation is the first part of Perception and it is when your sensory organs notice something. Maybe you hear a child laughing.
Grouping things together because they seem as if they belong together. LIke a people that all work at the same job.
Is the opposite of similarity where if something seem very out of place it doesn't belong. Like a trump supporter at a hillary party.
Grouping things together that are Physically close. Like a friend of yours and there partner.
Is the second part of Perception. Your ability to group the information collected from the first stage.
Is stage three
it is how you view and assess things from of information you have collected in the past and also the present conditions at that time.
The retention of information from previous interactions