INTRAPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

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INTRAPERSONAL
COMMUNICATION
Yes, it is okay to talk to yourself. You
may even answer yourself.
Count the the # of Fs that appear
FINISHED FILES ARE THE RESULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTIFIC STUDY COMBINED WITH
THE EXPERIENCE OF MANY
YEARS.
Look at the chart below and say the COLOR
you see, not the word printed there.
YELLOW
BLUE
ORANGE
BLACK
RED
GREEN
PURPLE
YELLOW
RED
ORANGE
GREEN
BLACK
BLUE
RED
PURPLE
GREEN
BLUE
ORANGE
So, what’s happening? Why
the conflict?
Your right brain is trying to say
the color, but your left brain
insists on reading the word.
Which Line Is Longer?
SELF-CONCEPT
• Everything one thinks & feels about oneself
(Gamble & Gamble)
• Those physical, social, and psychological
perceptions of self resulting from our
experiences and interactions with others.
Components of Self-Concept
• Self-image: the picture or image you have of
yourself
• Self-esteem: the value or worth you place on
your self-image.
The Three Selves
• Real self – what you think of yourself when
you are being most honest
• Ideal self – who you would like to be or think
you should be
• Public self – the one you let others know
Pygmalion Effect
or
Self-fulfilling Prophecy
• Do you perform as you do because that is
what you are capable of doing? OR
• Do you perform as you do to meet the
expectations of others?
The Johari Window
A conceptual model of selfdisclosure
What you know
about yourself
What you don’t
know about yourself
What others know
about you
What others don’t
know about you
JOHARI WINDOW
What you know
about yourself
What others know
about you
What you don’t
know about yourself
FREE
OR
OPEN
What others don’t
know about you
JOHARI WINDOW
What you know
about yourself
What others know
about you
What others don’t
know about you
What you don’t
know about yourself
FREE
OR
OPEN
HIDDEN
JOHARI WINDOW
What you know
about yourself
What others know
about you
What others don’t
know about you
FREE
OR
OPEN
What you don’t
know about yourself
BLIND
HIDDEN
JOHARI WINDOW
What you know
about yourself
What others know
about you
What others don’t
know about you
What you don’t
know about yourself
FREE
OR
OPEN
BLIND
HIDDEN
UNKNOWN
JOHARI WINDOW
What you know
about yourself
What others know
about you
What you don’t
know about yourself
FREE
OR
OPEN
BLIND
HIDDEN
UNKNOWN
What others don’t
know about you
JOHARI WINDOW
Self-Disclosure
• Is a risk-taking behavior
• Is supposed be a reciprocal behavior
• The history of a relationship is a history of its
self-disclosure
• When self-disclosure ends, so does the
relationship
PERCEPTION
• The process by which we make sense out of
experience
• The process of selecting, organizing, and
(subjectively) interpreting sensory data
FACT VS. INFERENCE
• FACTS are verifiable by observation
• INFERENCES are assumptions based
in facts as perceived
–Interpolation – inference between
knowns
–Extrapolation – inference beyond
knows; prediction
Interpolation & Extrapolation
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4
Series 1
Series 2
3
Series 3
2
1
0
Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Category 4 Category 5 Category 6
STEREOTYPING
Perceptual Constancy

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