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How does perception play a role in the social interaction of teenagers?. Perception. Is the Recognition and interpretation of sensory stimuli. Has to do with the way people view certain things . Social Interaction.

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Perception
Perception teenagers?

  • Is the Recognition and interpretation of sensory stimuli.

  • Has to do with the way people view certain things


Social interaction
Social Interaction teenagers?

  • Deals with a social structure in which guides human behavior rather then rigidly determining it

  • Acts people perform towards each other and the responses the give in return

  • A process by which people act and react in relation to others


5 types of social interactions
5 types of social interactions teenagers?

  • Exchange

  • Competition

  • Cooperation

  • Conflict

  • coercion


Exchange
Exchange teenagers?

  • A social process whereby social behavior is exchanged for some type of reward or equal or greater value


Competition
Competition teenagers?

  • A process by which two or more people/groups attempt to obtain the same goal


Cooperation
Cooperation teenagers?

  • The process in which people work together to achieve shared goals (opposite of competition)


Conflict
Conflict teenagers?

  • The process by which people attempt to physically or socially conquer each other, resulting from competition


Coericon
Coericon teenagers?

  • Describes something by which people compel other people to do something against their will based ultimately on force.


Sam gosling
Sam Gosling teenagers?

  • http://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/200908/mixed-signals

  • http://homepage.psy.utexas.edu/homepage/faculty/gosling/


Four characteristics
Four Characteristics teenagers?

  • Bright Spots-Things known by both you and others. Ex; conservative, talkative, outgoing

  • Dark Spots-Things known by neither you nor others, unconscious motives that drives your behaviors. Ex; relentless ambition driven to prove your parents wrong

  • Personal Spots-Things known only by you. Ex; tendency to get anxious in crowds

  • Blind Spots-Things known by only others. Ex; Level of hostility and defensiveness, attractiveness, or intelligence


1 not evidenced 2 average evidence 3 above average evidence 4 outstanding evidence
1. Not evidenced 2. Average evidence 3. Above Average evidence 4. Outstanding evidence

___ Motivated

___ Recognizes Others

___ Open to Feedback

___ Timely Contributions

___ Goal Setter

___ Creative Input

___ Inspires Other

___ Decisive

___ Changes Quickly when need arises

___ In touch with reality

___ Has People Smarts

___ Learner

___ Open-minded

___ Listens and hears


Myette evidence 4. Outstanding evidencebestfriend mom

Brother me


Different environments
Different Environments evidence 4. Outstanding evidence


Thank you for your time
Thank you for your time!! evidence 4. Outstanding evidence

By: Ally Faillace (Big Al)


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