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Chapter 4 Perceiving Persons

Megan Andrews

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1._____ personality theory. A network of assumptions people make about the relationships among traits and behaviors.
2.______ effect. The tendency for information presented early in a sequence to have more impact on impressions than information presented later.
5._______ integration theory. The theory that impressions are based on (1) perceiver dispositions; and (2) a weighted average of a target person's traits.
6._______ attribution. Attribution to factors external to an actor, such as the task, other people, or luck.
7._______ perseverance. The tendency to maintain beliefs even after have been discredited.
8.________ attribution. Attribution to internal characteristics of an actor, such as ability, personality,mood or effort.
9.________ heuristic. The tendency to estimate the likelihood that an event will occur by how easily instances of it come to mind.
10.________ attribution error. The tendency to focus on the role of personal causes and underestimate the impact of situations on other people's behavior.
11._____ perception. The process by which people attribute humanlike mental states to various animate and inanimate objects, including other people.
12._____-rate fallacy. The finding that people are relatively insensitive to consensus information presented in the form of numerical base rates.
1._______ formation. The process of integrating information about a person to form a coherent impression.
3._________ thinking. The tendency to imagine alternative events or outcomes that might have occurred but did not.
4.________ priniciple. A principle of attribution theory that holds that people attribute behavior to factors that are present when a behavior occurs and are absent when it does not.
8.The tendency for recently used or perceived words or ideas to come to mind easily and influence the interpretation of new information.
10._____-consensus effect. The tendency for people to overestimate the extent to which others share their opinions, attributes, and behaviors.

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