Our first impression of a person arises within fractions of a second. How exactly this works and what we pay attention to, you read here.
First impression: What is that, actually?
A look, a greeting, maybe a handshake and he is already fixed: the first impression. When we get to know a person, we unconsciously decide within fractions of a second, if we find him likable, attractive and interesting – or not. And this judgment we made during the first approx. () *), like a () ) apparently decides whether we get to know a person further Give her a chance. 01750 First impression: This is how the flash judgment 1111 . which are transmitted to our brain at the first contact via our perception – that is, above all 1014. As neuroscientific research has shown, the 1003 a big role, an evolutionary biological part of our brain processing of emotions is responsible. This is: Explain reasonably Often the first impression can not be, at least not completely. The first impression is predominantly an emotional judgment.
Psychologists assume that people have made such a first impression for several million years, and even today according to a similar pattern. This is supported on the one hand by the involvement of the amygdala, on the other hand, our knowledge of the life of our ancestors: When the survival was still a fight and not for every place in the cave, people had to be able to recognize within a moment, whether someone friend or Enemy was. This, in turn, could explain a little bit why the first impression is often relatively reliable – after all, only high accuracy provided a survival advantage … 64294331 1467 ()
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20 * Question: What information does our brain use to decide whether a person is trustworthy and competent? As I said, it's mainly externalities … and trifles! 9381. Odor
On the other hand, if we find her fragrance pleasant, she has good cards directly. The reason for this is presumably also far back: For our ancestors, the sense of smell was important in order to detect poisonous or spoiled food or to “smell” illnesses. Thus, what they perceived through the nose played an important role in survival – and this is still our first impression … 97. 2 Voice
Who we are () Clock with a friendly sounding voice “Good morning!” wishes, so has one hundred percent better cards than someone who in dominant tone a “good evening!” bellowing. 838. 3 Facial expressions
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