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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC-2400
Professor
Kelley Robinson
Semester
Fall

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Social Perception 09/10/2013 3:01:00 PM Implicit Personality Theories  A type of schema people use to group various kinds of personality traits together o i.e., if a person is kind, s/he is generous as well  you can know very little about one person and end up making all sorts of judgments about that person based on assumptions of who you think they are  not only limited to personality; also looks  i.e., Julia Roberts -> kind, gregarious; very good impressions of her; similar to schema rules, difficult to change  i.e., Ugly Betty -> judged constantly based on her looks; assume she is ugly, which means she is stupid, that she doesn’t have good ideas, that she is not good to work with  vary across cultures o what is beautiful is good is less endorsed in collectivistic cultures o what you’ve been exposed to and what type of characteristics that you’re going to group together Personality Test Facebook Profile 5 factors to personality  openness  conscientiousness  neuroticism/emotionality
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