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Got a 7 for this! Topic was: Examining Whether Impression Formation of Events Complies with Schema Theory or Algebraic Model.

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Psychology Interpersonal relationships Cognitive science Kantianism Schema Behavior Impression formation Social psychology Mind
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Psychology Interpersonal relationships Cognitive science Kantianism Schema Behavior Impression formation Social psychology Mind
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Whether it is in a job interview or on a first date, understanding the formation of impression enables one to modify their behaviour, altering the way they are perceived and ultimately achieve their goals. There are two major theories of how impressions are formed. The algebraic model surmises that overall impression is achieved by the combination of pieces of information in a mathematical manner (Anderson, 1965), whilst the schema theory argues that the information encountered first influences how subsequent information is interpreted. (Kunda & Thagard, 1996) This study aims to investigate which of these theories impression formation of events supports. Anderson and Jacobson (19...
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