Examples Of Quick Judgement

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In today’s quick society, people often base their idea of who someone is without any actual information about the person. Most times it is done in order to ‘save time’ in their day - therefore causing people to create ideas about who a person is. However, there are moments when their perception is true, leaving them to stick with that idea that a quick judgement is the best way to react in that situation. It is not uncommon for people to jump to conclusions based off their personal experience and that can shape how they perceive the world around them. It causes some to stereotype people based on what their appearance may be, how they speak, or their posture. Within these situations, people may have been primed as they were developing through …show more content…
Nevertheless, this may not exactly deter that person from using that quick based judgement again because if it has proven useful more than once, a faulty experience with their perception may be easily forgotten. Our perception of the people and situations around us shape how we see the world, as well as how we react within it. Even though people have the ability to use their cognitive thought process when it comes to perceptions to dig deeper, they sometimes fall short in doing …show more content…
Meaning that someone from United States could possibly mix up an emotional response from someone that may be from Thailand. Because of this mix up the perception of the situation could be translated differently within a person’s subliminal priming. Another type of priming that is along the lines of causing even more of an impact of how someone may react or perceive a situation or person is postconscious automaticity - which is when there is a conscious perception of the priming being done but the person is not exactly aware of how much it may affect their reactions. It is more of a conscious priming that people do when they seemingly guide their thoughts by putting themselves into “another person’s shoes” - and it can cause them to see the world in a different

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