abstracted group heterogeneity
by cibo00 - uploaded on April 28, 2007, 1:08 am
Each circle represents different members of a group. The thin border around each circle represents what you notice first (readily detectable characteristics). The inside of each circle means all deep-level characteristics someone has (e.g., personality, attitudes, education, skills, etc.). Anyone is free to interpret the meaning of each color, because we all have different perceptions.