PSY 210

posted by .

How others view a person can influence how that person views his or her environment and those in his or her environment. People are constantly making first impressions in social, personal and professional situations What is a situation where you think it is especially important to make a positive first impression? How do you try to ensure you make a favorable first impression? How can what you do to make a positive impression differ from situation to situation? For example, what would you do differently, if anything, to make a positive first impression in a job interview than you would on a first date?

  • PSY 210 -

    Please notice the word YOU in this question. After you have done some thinking and writing, please repost and we will be happy to give you further suggestions or corrections if needed.

  • PSY 210 -

    What is a situation where you think it is especially important to make a positive first impression? I think when you go for a job interview the first impression you make on the interviewer is key to getting the job. How do you try to ensure you make a favorable first impression? Obiviously you want to dress approriatly if you are trying to make a first impression. How can what you do to make a positive impression differ from situation to situation? For example, what would you do differently, if anything, to make a positive first impression in a job interview than you would on a first date? In a job interview you want to dress more conservitively, then you would on a date, in my opinion a date and job interview are totally different, a date you have already gotten to know the person. The person who is interviewing you just met you. So these two instances would be totally different

  • PSY 210 -

    In any potentially continuing relationship, it is important to make a good first impression, which tends to bias the others' attitudes toward you in the future. Would that mean that the first impression is most important with those whom you want to have the greatest future contact?

    The first statement is related to the concept called the "looking-glass self."

    http://www.members.cox.net/dagershaw/lol/LookingGlass.html

    I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Positive Psychology

    As individuals, people have the ability to make their own choices and decide for themselves. Many things can influence their ability to choose freely. Choice, change, and control are three factors that influence the degree to which …
  2. college

    How others view a person can influence how that person views his or her environment and those in his or her environment
  3. Psy230

    1) How does a person’s level of autonomy affect their sense of freedom?
  4. Psy230

    1) How does a person’s level of autonomy affect their sense of freedom?
  5. psy

    As individuals, people have the ability to make their own choices and decide for themselves. Many things can influence their ability to choose freely. Choice, change, and control are three factors that influence the degree to which …
  6. environment

    learning experience that you have encountered in either a professional or personal environment.
  7. psychology

    Psychologists are interested in people's behavior and their mental processes. Psychologists believe that: behavior is impacted by environment, but not by a person's physical state. behavior is affected by a person's mental and physical …
  8. PSY

    Humans develop as a result of interactions of 3 influences: genes that the person has inherited, events and situations that are external to the individual and the unfolding of a genetically influenced, often age-related, sequence of …
  9. Biology of environment

    5 factors that influence persons attitude towards environment and how this relate to their own worldview I got media, education and social habits which others ?
  10. ashford

    All of the following are true of what typically occurs when first meeting someone EXCEPT: (Points : 1) First impressions are based mostly on facial appearance. We form our impressions of others within less than a second of meeting …

More Similar Questions