Running mind: Bookwork/Fieldwork: Entrance 31.
Hellriegel, M. and Slocum, J., Watts. (2011). Organizational Behavior (13th ed., pp. 105-125). Mason, OH: South-Western. The Idea:
Hellriegel and Slocum (2011), talk about the importance of perception and attribution as well as the impact they have on a head, an employee, and the organization in general. The text elaborates on the perceptual process, external and internal factors that influence perception, person perception, perceptual errors, and remise that people help to make to explain their particular behaviors and the ones of others. Understanding is the procedure by which persons interpret the input from their senses to offer meaning and order to the earth around them. According to the text, it is the process with which individuals choose, organize, and interpret physical data. Three components of notion are the perceiver, the target (the perceived), and the situation. The perceptual process begins with environmental stimuli and ends with a response or habit. The perceiver responds to meaningful environmental stimuli and perceives what he or she desires and expects to determine. The identified is said to be important in the perceptual process since certain basic attributes of the perceived subject, person or perhaps idea affected what is noticed and what is not. The size of the environment therefore influences precisely what is perceived as normal or suitable. Hellriegel and Slocum (2011) discuss perceptual selection and answer problem as to why people select or filter out a particular stimulus among multiple inconsistant stimuli. This Running brain: Bookwork/Fieldwork: Entrance 32.
procedure is evidenced by what is known as external and internal factors. External elements that affect perceptual selection are intensity, size, movement, contrast, and repetition. Inner factors consist of motivation, learning, personality, targets, needs and interests just like sex, money and ethnic identity. Person perception relating...