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人见人爱有秘密:两个问题决定你的印象分 [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-3-17 11:03:42 |Display all floors
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  When a person meets you for the first time they ask themselves two questions. The answers to these two questions will have all sorts of knock-on effects for how they think about you and how they behave towards you。


  Professor Susan Fiske of Princeton University has shown that all social judgements can be boiled down to these two dimensions:


  1.How warm is this person?


  The idea of warmth includes things like trustworthiness, friendliness, helpfulness, sociability and so on. Initial warmth judgements are made within a few seconds of meeting you。


  2.How competent is this person?


  Competency judgements take longer to form and include things like intelligence, creativity, perceived ability and so on。


  Susan Fiske's research has looked at different cultures, times and types of social judgements, but these two concepts come up again and again in slightly different guises. Not only do we make these judgements about other people, but we frame their behaviour using these two questions。


  The primacy of warmth and competence may reflect evolved, instinctual reactions to these two questions about others:


  1.Friend or foe? Is this person going to hurt me or help me?


  2.Capable of hurting or helping? Can this person help me if they're friendly or hurt me if they're not?


How warm and competent do other people find you? You probably know quite well how other people view you。


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Post time 2013-3-17 21:48:05 |Display all floors
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