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Unit Four. What you see is what you get Perception. Perception effects Communication. Each of us in everyday life experiences a different reality. Example the word “cold” to people in different parts of the country means different things.

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unit four

Unit Four

What you see is what you get

Perception

perception effects communication
Perception effects Communication
  • Each of us in everyday life experiences a different reality.
  • Example the word “cold” to people in different parts of the country means different things.
  • This chapter will help you to look at the world from others eyes, to improve communication.
the perception process
The Perception Process
  • Selection
  • Organization
  • Interpretation
  • Negotiating
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Organization

occurs when we

make sense of things

by noticing that some

data stands out

against a less striking

Background.

perceptual schema
Perceptual Schema
  • We tend

To classify

people according

to social roles,

appearance,

memberships,

and others.

interpretation
Interpretation
  • After the organization and selection of our perceptions we interpret them in a way that makes sense to us.
factors influencing interpretation
Factors influencing Interpretation
  • Involvement
  • Past experiences
  • Stereotyping
  • Knowledge
  • Expectations
  • Assumptions
  • Attitudes
  • Self Concept
negotiation
Negotiation
  • This occurs among people as influence one another’s perceptions and try to have a shared understanding.
  • Scholars call these

stories we tell to

others to describe

our personal world’s

“narratives.”

influences on perception
Physiological

Age

Health

Fatigue

Hunger

Gender Roles

Occupational Roles

Self Concept

Biological Cycles

Cultural Differences

Influences on Perception
tendencies in perception
Tendencies in Perception
  • Attribution
  • We judge ourselves more charitably
  • We see ourselves in good light
  • We pay more attention to others negatives
  • We are influenced by the obvious