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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
  • Is the Recognition and interpretation of sensory stimuli.
  • Has to do with the way people view certain things
social interaction
Social Interaction
  • 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
  • Exchange
  • Competition
  • Cooperation
  • Conflict
  • coercion
exchange
Exchange
  • A social process whereby social behavior is exchanged for some type of reward or equal or greater value
competition
Competition
  • A process by which two or more people/groups attempt to obtain the same goal
cooperation
Cooperation
  • The process in which people work together to achieve shared goals (opposite of competition)
conflict
Conflict
  • The process by which people attempt to physically or socially conquer each other, resulting from competition
coericon
Coericon
  • Describes something by which people compel other people to do something against their will based ultimately on force.
sam gosling
Sam Gosling
  • http://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/200908/mixed-signals
  • http://homepage.psy.utexas.edu/homepage/faculty/gosling/
four characteristics
Four Characteristics
  • 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

thank you for your time
Thank you for your time!!

By: Ally Faillace (Big Al)