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Nonverbal behavior that leads us to certain perceptions
a)emotions
b)body language
c)eye contact
d)touch
e)cultural differences
Attribution Theories:
Kelley's Covariation principle
a)the covariation principle
b)concensus
c)distinctivness
d)consistency
Attribution Biases:
Cognitive Heuristics
a)the availability heuristic
b)the false-consensus effect
c)the base-rate fallacy
d)counterfactual thinking
Attribution Biases:
The Actor/Observer Effect
We tend to put up a front when we are in public, behaving as if we were on stage (how we want to be seen)
Integration:
The Primacy Effect
a)attention
b)need for closure
c)the change-of-meaning hypothesis
Confirmation Biases/Impressions to Reality:
The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
a)pygmalian effect
b)accuracy of expectations
causes of the s.f.p
c)limits to the s.f.p
Stereotypes:
How they form
1.social catagorization
2.in-groups vs. out-groups
3.sociocultural and motivational factors
4.implicit personal theories about groups