When conceptual thoughts, perceptual judgments, and sensational attitudes form in our expressive behaviors, the natural instincts are at work in the same way a group of musicians plays a piece of music without a lesson.
When you have read this chapter you should be able to:
describe sensation, perception, conception, attribution, and attitude as the basic foundation for an individual’s behavior,
describe the physical and metaphysical characteristics of an individual,
present seven major components of multiple intelligence,
note the nature of individual differences in organizations,
discuss basic differences among conceptual and perceptual behavior, and ...