- partly subjective. There are factual elements to your self-concept. For instance, you live in Edmonton and you are students at the U of A - but it is also highly subjective. Study conducted in the US. One million high school students. Every single student rated their ability to get along with others as above average. Mathematically impossible result. - Multifaceted - lead into the Johari window
Open area - area known to you and another Blind area - information about you that others, but not you, are aware of Hidden - your hidden self. Known to you but not shared with others Self-disclosure happens when you move something from the hidden area into the open area Unknown - Neither you nor others are aware of it
- a consistent and preferred way of interacting
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Lecture 3.3 perception student notes
PerceptionLecture 3.3University of AlbertaALES 204Nancy Bray
iClicker set up iClicker - set frequency 1. Press and hold power button until blue light flashes 2. Click C then click A 3. Green light will flash, blue light will stay on 2
Course Map Analyze a communicative situation Plan an approach Identify strengths and weakness of your approach Context Rhetorical Purpose Channel Interpersonal Informative Oral Small Groups Persuasive Written Public Mass Communication Visual Online Define communication and understand a model of communication Describe the role that culture, hierarchy, perception, language, non-verbal behaviour, and generation play in communication 4
Culture Hierarchy PerceptionYou Another person Language Non-verbal Generation 5
Lecture Outline1. What is perception?2. How do we perceive ourselves?3. How do we perceive others?4. The dark side...
Johari window exercise (if time) In pairs and groups of threes Think of some hypothetical situations which illustrate each of the four areas of the Johari window: open, blind, hidden, and unknown. Example: an employee who believes that he is worthy of promotion, but is blind to the fact that he is not well-regarded in the office.
Keith Barry - brain hackerhttp://www.ted.com/talks/keith_barry_does_brain_magic.html
Can you explain... How do these tricks work? Can you explain them based on what we have learned about perception?
Take AwayKnow the stages of perceptionMechanisms of perception(figure-ground, schemata,closure)Perception is selective - knowthe 4 waysKnow the Johari windowKnow what affects ourperceptions of othersChapter 3 in the textbook
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