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How Self-Perceptions and Perceptions of the Environment Shape Our Perceptions of Others – Attributing Behavior to Persons or Situations (PSY)

by Tarry Ahuja, MD
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    The lecture How Self-Perceptions and Perceptions of the Environment Shape Our Perceptions of Others – Attributing Behavior to Persons or Situations (PSY) by Tarry Ahuja, MD is from the course Social Thinking.


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    1. False consensus.
    2. Groupthink.
    3. Group polarization.
    4. Self confirmation bias.
    5. Self-perception bias.
    1. Social cognition.
    2. Emotional intelligence.
    3. Social identity.
    4. Looking glass self.
    5. Imitation.
    1. Perception bias.
    2. Self-reference bias.
    3. Group conformity.
    4. Social norms.
    5. De-individuation.
    1. An individual who is frowning and grimacing.
    2. An individual who is smiling.
    3. An individual who is dressed well.
    4. An individual who is wearing a volunteer badge.
    5. An individual who has a good handshake.

    Author of lecture How Self-Perceptions and Perceptions of the Environment Shape Our Perceptions of Others – Attributing Behavior to Persons or Situations (PSY)

     Tarry Ahuja, MD

    Tarry Ahuja, MD


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