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use of behavior, uniform clothing, and situational cues in impression formation

Dale Willis Woolridge

use of behavior, uniform clothing, and situational cues in impression formation

by Dale Willis Woolridge

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Perception.,
  • Role expectation.,
  • Clothing and dress -- Psychological aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Dale Willis Woolridge.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 102 leaves.
    Number of Pages102
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14241414M

    ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR AND HUMAN DECISION PROCES () Distributional Theories of Impression Formation BARBARA A. MELLERS University of California, Berkeley VIRGINIA RICHARDS University of Pennsylvania AND MICHAEL H. BIRNBAUM California State University, Fullerton This paper examines theories of impression formation which represent Cited by: Thus impression formation research on trait descriptions was used as a model to explain and predict impression formation research on physical appearance. In order to examine how judgments of an individual are affected by the physical appearance of the individual, subjects viewed and Cited by:

    The explicit assumptions of this research are that clothing use is communicative; [While many empirical studies have demonstrated the in-formation-value of clothing (especially in a first impression situation), relatively few have addressed the issue of how much information is conveyed about an individual relative to other cues (facial. The Self in Impression Formation: Trait Centrality and Social Perception effects were due to the fact that centrality affected the influence of negative cues on impressions: Trait-central subjects rated dishonest targets as more dishonest than scribed in terms of one positive and one negative behavior (two-behavior set) and a second File Size: 43KB.

      A questionnaire was administered to 61 people on a university campus to study the influence of clothing style and sex on the formation of first impressions. Analysis showed that clothing style and sex of the subject influenced subjects' perceptions of others, in particular, that subjects rated others wearing similar clothing as themselves more Cited by: The Power to Influence Learning Objectives. Identify the five sources of power. You can do this through your choice of clothing, the avatars or photos you use to represent yourself online, the descriptions of yourself on a résumé or in an online profile, and so forth. Behavior impression management includes how you perform on the.


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Use of behavior, uniform clothing, and situational cues in impression formation by Dale Willis Woolridge Download PDF EPUB FB2

Contrasts in formal versus casual clothing were also meaningful in that 1) male and female persons wearing suits more often were described as higher in rank when their adjacent companion wore casual clothing; 2) men in suits wee described as giving more directive, rewarding, or punishing communications to women in casual dress; 3) men wearing suits were described as Cited by: Dispositional attribution is the explanation ofindividual behavior as a result caused by internal characteristicsthat reside within the individual, as opposed to outside(situational) influences.

The use of behavior, uniform, clothing, and situational cues in impression formation (Doctoral dissertation, University of Texas). (University Microfilms No. Cited by: cues. These include ‘static’ cues (such as height, appearance and clothing style) and ‘dynamic’ cues (such as facial expression, posture, body movement), all of which have been shown to communicate accurate impressions of personality (Naumann, Vazire, Rentfrow, andGosling, ).File Size: KB.

impressions, a comprehensive model of the role of expressive behavior in person perception should include the object of the impressions, the communication process, and the formation of.

Impression Formation. The Role of Expressive Behavior Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 50(2) March with 2, Reads. The effect of clothing on the use of person information categories in first impressions.

In an impression formation situation, clothing, and human behavior been structured by and affected. Clothing and Human Behavior: A Review person perception and impression formation, effects of clothing on the behavior of others, clothing conformity, and personality, lifestyle and clothing Author: Leslie Davis Burns.

KODZOMAN D, The Psychology of Clothing: Meaning of Colors, Body Image TEXT LEATH REV 0 (0) 0. [56] Singer M, Sing er A. T he effec t of Police uniform on interpersonal p erception. Consumers often make judgments about service providers based solely on their photograph (e.g., on a billboard, on the Internet) before interacting with them face-to-face.

This first impression is important for marketers to understand because it influences service provider selection and evaluation. This research explores the nature and subsequent influence of initial judgments made Cited by: Impression Formation 'You can't judge a book by its cover.' We hear this adage all the time.

The only problem is that we do - we do judge books by their covers. Impression formation in social psychology refers to the processes by which different pieces of knowledge about another are combined into a global or summary impression.

Social Psychologist Solomon Asch was a pioneer in Gestalt Psychology. He is credited with the seminal research on impression formation and conducted research on how individuals integrate information about.

a) their own behavior by making a dispositional attribution. b) the behavior of others by making a situational attribution. c) their own behavior and the behavior of others by making a situational attribution. d) their own behavior by making a situational attribution and the behavior of others by making a dispositional attribution.

nonverbal cues as behavioral indicators that affect inferences: body orientation, gait. body orientation, eye contact, gait. Gait study by Troje- point-light animations, infer gender, weight, mood. point-light to indicate gender/mood of ball thrower. assume roles: angry throw= man, sad throw= woman.

For this study of perceived behavior and academic ability in a secondary school setting, four clothing styles including two styles of school uniforms were photographed and manipulated. students and 20 teachers from a public high school and a private school, in which uniforms Cited by: 1.

Percept Mot Skills. Jun;26(3) Style of dress as a perceptual cue in impression formation. Hamid PN. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]Cited by: Employee Uniform on Emplovee Satisfaction / by Kathy Nelson andJohn Bowen E mployee uniforms generally constitute an important com- ponent of a hospitality-establish- ment’s brand identity.

Not only do uniforms create a specific impres- sion of a property,’ but they are an integral part of the atmosphere cre-File Size: 1MB. In studying the social psychology of dress, researchers have often focused on dress as a stimulus variable; for example, the effects of dress on impression formation, attributions, and social perception (see Lennon & Davis ) or the effects of dress on behaviors (see Johnson et al.

).The context within which dress is perceived (Damhorst ) as well as characteristics of perceivers Cited by: People are very skilled at person perception The process of learning about other people. —the process of learning about other people—and our brains are designed to help us judge others efficiently (Haselton & Funder, ; Macrae, ).

Haselton, M. G., & Funder, D. The evolution of accuracy and bias in social judgment. In M. Schaller, J. Simpson, & D. Kenrick (Eds. impressions formed under even more extreme conditions than those typically used in thin-slice research by exposing participants to only a static image (i.e., a photograph vs a dynamic clip of videotaped behavior) of the target.

Impression formation. STUDY. PLAY. verbal and non verbal communication. speaking formally or by slang forms different impressions. Give an example of verbal communication? visual cues and paralinguistic cues. What are the 2 branches of non verbal communication?

eye contact, distance, gestures, posture.Impression formation. The process by which people come to understand one another. Attribution Theory. A group of theories that describe how people Tendency to attribute one's own behavior to situational causes and others' behavior to person causes Errors come from Perceptual Salience and cognitive misers.facial expressions, gestures, mannerisms, and movements are all examples of nonverbal behavior.

(body language). peoples body language affects our impression of the people and their situation. people can make accurate judgements based off of few seconds of observation. "Thin slices of behavior" powerful cues for impression formation.