Perception

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July 3, 2013

 

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Examples of this would be loud people in a quiet group or an extremely unattractive person with an attractive one (Robbins, 2005). The context in which we see objects is just as important (Robbins, 2005). Time, location, light, there are many factors that can influence perception (Robbins, 2005). An example would be noticing an individual because of a flamboyant costume at a party and not noticing the same individual at a grocery store dressed normally...
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An example would be noticing an individual because of a flamboyant costume at a party and not noticing the same individual at a grocery store dressed normally. Attribution theory is a way to explain how we judge people (Robbins, 2005). In short, attribution theory suggests that when one observes another individual’s actions, we attempt to find if it is internally or externally caused (Robbins, 2005)...
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