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TOPIC: Perceptual Biases
TYPE: Essay (any type)
: 15.04.2017 06:00
Essay: Perceptual Biases For the purpose of this assignment, youâ€™ll want to understand the following biases: stereotypes, frame of reference, expectations, and projection. Be sure you review our textâ€™s description of eachâ€”projection in particular can be a bit tricky to understand. Now consider the following: Dee has managed the same group of people for a number of years. They are all solid employees, but sheâ€™s been surprised to see a number of miscommunications over the years and hard feelings have developed between some of the team. Here are some groups who are having problems with one another A. Demi is cheerful and competent 25-year old and Jenny is an equally competent 50-year old. Jenny tends to stay late if her work isnâ€™t finished for the day. She recently complained to Dee that Demi isn’t working hard enough. B. Harry and David are fairly new hires who seemed to be developing a solid relationship. Their jobs involve working fairly closely together. Dee recently overheard David mumbling to himself, â€œWhen someone says heâ€™ll do something ASAP, I expectâ€”at the very leastâ€”that heâ€™ll do it that day, not later in the week!â€ C. Although the precipitating incident seemed fairly harmless to Dee, there is also a fair amount of tension between Tom and Jerry. Tom is very friendly and he loves to chat with others on his break. Jerry is quieter, and Dee has found that heâ€”of all employeesâ€”is the most likely to come to her with stories about the teamâ€™s less-than-perfect behavior. Dee recently heard Tom relate a cute story about the last company baseball game; it included a number of employees (including both Tom himself and Jerry). Soon afterwards, Jerry came to her to complain about what a gossip Tom is. For each situation, identify one perceptual bias that may be at the heart of the problem. Provide sufficient evidence to support your answer. Note: choose a different bias for each situation.
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