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    Webpage Comparison of Lake Land College and Parkland College People always say “the first impression is everything”. This is true when it comes to the first impression colleges make on their students as well. The first impression every college has on its students is more than likely what the student sees on the college’s webpage. With that being said, every college should want its webpage to outshine all of its competitor’s webpages, so the students can have a good impression of what the college is like. After comparing Lake Land College and Parkland College’s webpage, it is found that Lake Land College’s webpage, for the most part, is better than Parkland College’s webpage. Both webpages are very functional and very similar in the way they…

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    Managing impression and Identities start from the moment a person walks into a room. When you are looking at a person, you are looking at how they walk, how they look and how the person smells (Bevan & Sole, 2014). Our identities are shaped by how we feel others look at us (Bevan & Sole, 2014). If a person is going for a job interview, the interviewer will use impressions the interviewee gives off, toward whether or not they get the job. If the interviewee is not wearing professional clothes,…

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    Impression formation is predicting what a person is like based on your first impressions. An example of this if you were to encounter a man at a cafe who was wearing ripped clothing and looked unkept. You initial would think that the person was homeless, untrustworthy, and dirty. Whereas, if you encountered a man wearing a suit, well kept, and had a smile on his face on a first impression, you would believe he was trustworthy, honest, and smart. However, you might your impressions may be…

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    First Impressions They say you should never judge a book by it’s cover. Like the front of a book, initial introductions are not generally as engaging as what is truly there. It's not until after you begin "perusing", or become more acquainted with somebody, when you truly discover that what you see is not generally what you get. There are a few elements that can influence the initial introduction that one gets from another. Varying identity, circumstances, and the presentation of the person.…

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    Catch The Moon Analysis

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    Have you ever met a person and realized that they would become a big part of your life, and impact you immensely? Does this connection influence you in a beneficial way or a bad way? When you first meet a person, or try a new hobby for example, all you think about is what others around you are wondering . First impressions are important, but are you gonna let these thoughts affect you? This applies to so many types of interactions you have everyday and you don't even realize it. Imagine…

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    Confirmation Bias

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    Confirmation bias is when you refer back to the first impression and that will makes your impression of that person. Basically it is hard to undo your first impression and it's a barrier because your perception of that person always relates back to your first impression. Stereotype is a barrier to impression formation because making a pre-judgment before talking to the person will cause a wrong reflection of the way they are. stereotype is when you make your prejudgment based off of who they…

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    What would you say if I were to ask you if you've ever had the wrong first impression of someone? And if you've ever had first impression of someone that was right? Yes, they tell us “to not judge the book by its cover”, but we humans are overly quick to judge people based on various reasons. Psychology says this is because we don't have the mental capacity to carefully evaluate each person we come across, for us judgement is simply a shortcut. Pride and Prejudice provides a case study of first…

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    the Issue of “Impressions” and “Ideas” in Hume’s Analysis of Human Thought This philosophical analysis will define the premise of impressions and ideas in Hume’s rejection of cause and effect as a form of human reasoning. In this perception, Hume is defining the vivid nature of Impressions, which eventually become diluted into ideas over time. Hume’s analysis of this phenomenon reverts to the initial premise that cause and effect cannot be real, since it is a diluted experience that cannot be…

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    Impression Evidence Paper

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    On 03/08/2018 and 03/22/2018 at 0745, I (Officer Molly Harvey) attended a lab entitled “Impression Evidence”. This lab session was held at the Des Moines Area Community College (D.M.A.C.C.), Ankeny campus, in Building 3W, classroom 02. The presentation was conducted by DMACC Criminal Justice professor Steve Martin. The lab started out with a presentation called Impression Evidence Lab, the powerpoint can be located in my casefile. The presentation started out by giving us knowledge about…

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    It is a common saying that ‘first impression is the last impression’, and first impressions are often regarded as the cornerstones of forming human relationships. The thought process behind forming an opinion of another person is called impression formation, and it is based on the information we gather about a person before or directly after meeting them. In order to explain or predict impression formation, there have been multiple studies and experiments conducted on various theories that…

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