Suggested viewing before we meet (4.5 min video): https://youtu.be/eK0NzsGRceg
Why are we quick to form lasting impressions of others based on their initial behaviors?
What is your definition of gut instinct?
Why does learning very negative, highly immoral information about someone typically have a stronger impact than learning very positive, highly moral information?
How is immoral behavior more diagnostic, or revealing, of a person's true character?
Why are behaviors that are perceived as being less frequent the ones that people tend to weigh more heavily when forming and updating impressions?
How does the brain decide if a person's behavior is typical or is it out of the ordinary?
Let's think about it!
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