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Being All That You Can Be-The Weighting of Potential in Assessments of Self and Others

Williams, Gilovich, & Dunning reported that participants in this study,  when assessing themselves and other people, required more tangible proof that someone else has a given level of potential than they required of themselves, and they relied more on how they would … Continue reading

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