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Transcript of Chapter 2
How well do you know yourself?
Self Awareness - the capacity to observe upon one's own mental states
Symbolic Self Awareness - the ability to develop and communicate a representation of yourself to others
4 Levels of Self Awareness:
Unconscious Incompetence: Unaware of our own incompetence. We don't know what we don't know.
Conscious Incompetence: We become aware of that we are not competent; we know what we didn't know.
Conscious Competence: We are aware that we know or can do something, but skills aren't a habit yet
Unconscious Competence: Skills become a second nature
Who are you?
Description of who you think you are
3 Concepts of Self Concept:
Attitude - how you respond to something (Likes, Dislikes)
Belief - the way you structure reality (True, False)
Value - enduring concept of right and wrong (Good, Bad)
Perception - the arousal of any of your senses
Goes beyond sensory details
(not just how you smell)
Decide what people are like, make judgements about their personalities, an assign meaning to their actions based on what we see, feel, and think about them.
DO NOT FORGET
Speech Next Week!
BRING OUTLINES TO CLASS
Self Awareness and Communication
Stages of Perception
Attention and Selection:
What catches our attention and why, also constitutes for bias
Makes it easier to to process complex information because it allows us to associate the familiar onto the unfamiliar because of pattern recall
When you are ready to assign meaning to information
People are complex and unique
Increase your awareness
Check your perceptions
Take out a sheet of paper
What were you known for?
What did you do?
Who were you with?
How did this affect you?
Greatest Fear or Accomplishment
Time Limit: 2-3 minutes
MUST make the 2 limit mark to get full credit
Bring outline Monday, TYPED
Think about 5 paragraph essay form:
What your fear/accomplishment is
3 reasons why it is
Ex:) how long/when you knew, how bad/good it is, and how you plan to overcome it or exceed/build on it
What kind of vehicle do I drive?
What kind of music do I listen to?
Am I a Democrat, Republican, or Independent?
Am I single or in a relationship?
Have I traveled extensively?
What was I very involved in as a college student?
What is my favorite color?
Do I have any pets?
If so, what kind?
Where am I from?
What do you think I live in?
Do you think I am religious?
Do I have any siblings?
If so, am I the oldest, middle, or baby?
If I made All-State in High School, what would I have made it in?
Material Self: Derived from physical elements that reflect who you are
Social Self: Variety of self that appear in different situations
Spiritual Self: Based on introspection of values, morals, and beliefs