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Perception And Decision Making

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Rhonda W

 

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November 4, 2012

 

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We will also look at the positive and negative effects of using perception short cuts when judging others. Finally, we will analyze how decisions in real world organizations are made, and how our perceptions shape ethical or moral decisions. Perception The process, by which individuals organize and interpret their sensory impressions in order to give meaning to their environment, is referred to as perception (Robbins, 2005)...
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. However, there are a number of factors that influence perception; these factors can cause individuals who see the same thing happen, perceive what happened differently. Factors in the perceiver such as attitudes, motives, interests, experience and expectation; factors in the situation such as time, work setting, and social setting; and factors in the target such as novelty, motion, sounds, size, background, proximity, and similarity, all influence an individuals perception (Robbins, 2005)...
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