Card Set Information
Possessing both masculine and feminine traits
the process of attaching meaning to behavior
the ability to project oneself into another person's point of view so as to experience the other's thoughts and feelings.
the attitude that ones's own culture is superior to others
socially aproved ways that men and women are expected to behave
the power of the first impression to influence subsequent perceptions
the process of attaching meaning to sense data; synonymous with
(the process in which a receiver attaches meaning to a message)
a perception of the world shared by a collection of people. narratives can be described in terms of a dramatic theme.
a process in which two or more parties discuss specific proposals in order to find a mutually acceptable agreement.
arranging information in a meaningful way
a three part method for verifying the accuracy of interpretations, including a description of the sense data, two possible interpretations, and a request for confirmation of the interpretations
a method for understanding an issue from several perspectives rather than with an egocentric "I'm right and you're wrong" attitude.
the process of determining the casual order of events
the first stage in the perception process in which some data are chosen to attend to and others ignored
the tendency to interpret and explain information in a way that casts the perceiver in the most favorable manner
categorizing individuals according to a set of characteristics assumed to belong to all members of the group.
compassion for another's situation.