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Transcript of Building Impression:
Techniques and Problems
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Grace Ang Hui En
Liong Kar Mun
Lim Hui Yee
During registration day, because of her fatness and Aubrey hesitated whether she should ask Amy come for audition.
Tan Yee Shin
characteristics pertaining to the correctness of social target
honesty, trustworthiness, sincerity
lower morality potrait higher threat
associated with cooperation and with forming connections with others
friendliness, kind, cheerful
Rule: If you want to attract other's attention, please dress up for better impression.
Barrier to cross-cultural communication
>>brought up by different cultural
>>may lead to cultural shock
Eg. Beca and her roommate Kimmy Jim
People influence by the education since young
>> told to be confident and be optimistic.
>> lead to problem of unrealistic self- assesment and over self-confidence
>> lack of self improvement
>> rated highly on self, high self-ego
- emphasize on the qualities that we want others to think about us
- lead others to agree with our self-view or self-concept
A cognitive bias which our impression towards him will influences his character.
Theories related to
Impression formation theory
Implicit Personality Theory
The 2 goals in
to be liked and accepted
to claim identity
What went wrong?
values of the self-presenter and the audience diverge
Aafje C. Brandt, R. V. (2009). The Source Effect: Person Descriptions by Self versus Others Have Differential Effects on Impression Formation. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin , 965-977.
Chiu, C.Y. and Kim Y.H. (2011). Emotional Costs of Inaccurate Self-Assesments: Both Self-Effacemeent and Self-Enhancement can lead to dejection.
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