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COMM150 Chapter 4
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The process of selection, organization, and interpretation of the information we collect through our senses: what we see, hear, taste, smell and touch
Part of "perception." Focusing and remembering only part of each sensory experience in a communication event
Putting order to the selected sensory information received.
The act of assigning meaning to perceived and organized sensory information
Organizational structures that tell you what information belongs together and how to understand what you perceive.
Describes the human ability to form mental models of the world we live in.
Refers to the sequence of actions you develop to attain specific goals.
A relatively fixed sequence of events you expect to occur
A type of cognitive process we use to organize information.
When people are being categorized, people are often branded with some sort of this term
Occurs when schemas are created, schemas which overgeneralize attribute of a group to which other belong.
Refers to how detailed, involved, or numerous a person's constructs are.
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