What Do You See When You SEE People?

PSYCHOLOGICAL TEST: What Do You See When You SEE People?
The human brain is not willing to spend much of its capacity and energy, except in urgent cases.

To avoid congestion, the brain relies on simple and efficient thought processes not so much for laziness - though part of it is laziness - but more for practicality. There are so many things that need to be understood, discovered, and reacted that the brain is unable to give the same importance to everything.

So when it comes to the first perception of you, your colleagues are (unknowingly) relying largely on assumptions, the preferred path of the brain. Assumptions guide what the perceiver sees, how information is interpreted, and how it is remembered, forming a complete framework of his or her perception of you.

How well do you really read facial expressions and body language?


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