PERCEPTION AND CONCEPTION




            PRESENTED BY-:
            RAMANANDA SAHOO
CONTENTS

MEANING PERCEPTION

PROCESS OF PERCEPTION

PROPOSE OF PERCEPTION PROCESS

MEANING OF CONCEPTION

USES OF PERCEPT...
MEANING OF PERCEPTION

    It is the process

    through which people
    make sense of the vast
    array of sensory in...
MEANING OF PERCEPTION

    Knowledge
•

    Needs
•

    Beliefs
•

    Values
•

    Assumptions
•

    Attitudes.
•
THE PERCEPTION PROCESS
             Environmental Stimuli

                                 Smelling    Tasting
Feeling   ...
PURPOSE OF
PERCEPTION PROCESS

    Simplify information for

    processing



    Decrease distress/discomfort

    fro...
Factors Influencing
Perception:

1.) Perceiver
2.) Target

3.) situation
MEANING OF CONCEPTION
    The formation in the mind of an

    image, idea, or notion, apprehension

    The state of bei...
FACTOR AFFECTING
CONCEPTION
    Person’s ability


    Situation


    Time



USES OF CONCEPTION
MANY PEOPLE CAN USE I...
nt
Shortcuts in Judging Others:


 1.) Selective Perception

  2.) Halo Effect
   (A process whereby a person’s perception is...
Specific Applications in Organizations:

            1.) Employment Interview

           2.) Performance Expectations
   ...
conclusion

Conception without perception. is empty,
perception without. conception is blind
THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME
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Perception And Conception 97 2003 Presentation

  1. 1. PERCEPTION AND CONCEPTION PRESENTED BY-: RAMANANDA SAHOO
  2. 2. CONTENTS MEANING PERCEPTION PROCESS OF PERCEPTION PROPOSE OF PERCEPTION PROCESS MEANING OF CONCEPTION USES OF PERCEPTION IN ORGANISATION
  3. 3. MEANING OF PERCEPTION It is the process  through which people make sense of the vast array of sensory inputs and involves the active processing of information.
  4. 4. MEANING OF PERCEPTION Knowledge • Needs • Beliefs • Values • Assumptions • Attitudes. •
  5. 5. THE PERCEPTION PROCESS Environmental Stimuli Smelling Tasting Feeling Hearing Seeing Selective Attention Individual’s Values and Beliefs Perceptual Organization Emotions and Behavior
  6. 6. PURPOSE OF PERCEPTION PROCESS Simplify information for  processing Decrease distress/discomfort  from particular stimuli.
  7. 7. Factors Influencing Perception: 1.) Perceiver 2.) Target 3.) situation
  8. 8. MEANING OF CONCEPTION The formation in the mind of an  image, idea, or notion, apprehension The state of being conceived;  beginning. The image, idea, or notion of any action or  thing which is formed in the mind. It is basically define as a “unit of  knowledge” .
  9. 9. FACTOR AFFECTING CONCEPTION Person’s ability  Situation  Time  USES OF CONCEPTION MANY PEOPLE CAN USE IT IN DIFFERENT WAY ACCORDING TOTHEIR PROFESION E.g.. Teacher Student
  10. 10. nt
  11. 11. Shortcuts in Judging Others: 1.) Selective Perception 2.) Halo Effect (A process whereby a person’s perception is formed on the basis of a single favorable trait or impression.) 3.) Stereotyping • A means of simplifying the process of perception and making judgments of other people, instead of dealing with a range of complex and alternative stimuli
  12. 12. Specific Applications in Organizations: 1.) Employment Interview 2.) Performance Expectations (Self Fulfilling Prophecy 3.) Performance Evaluation 4.) Employee Effort
  13. 13. conclusion Conception without perception. is empty, perception without. conception is blind
  14. 14. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME

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