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Spence, Patric R.
Identity on Social Networks as a Cue: Identity, Retweets, and Credibility.
Ageing and theory of mind abilities: The benefits of social interaction.
The Conception of Laziness and the Characterisation of Others as Lazy.
Linvill, Darren L.
Grant, Will J.
The role of student academic beliefs in perceptions of instructor ideological bias.
Teaching in Higher Education,
Jones, Paul K.
Rhee, June Woong
Why Are “Others” So Polarized? Perceived Political Polarization and Media Use in 10 Countries.
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication,
Abril, Eulàlia P.
Entrapped in one’s blind spot: Perceptions of bias in others and preparation for deliberation.
Communication and the Public,
Fan, Samantha P.
Kinzler, Katherine D.
The Exposure Advantage.
Mahy, Caitlin E. V.
The influence of inhibitory processes on affective theory of mind in young and old adults.
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition,
The Connection Between Stakeholder Theory and Stakeholder Democracy.
Business & Society,
False polarization: debiasing as applied social epistemology.
Is egocentric bias evidence for simulation theory?.
Stepanova, Elena V.
Strube, Michael J
Hetts, John J.
They Saw a Triple Lutz: Bias and Its Perception in American and Russian Newspaper Coverage of the 2002 Olympic Figure Skating Scandal.
Journal of Applied Social Psychology,
Solving the (Real) Other Minds Problem.
Social and Personality Psychology Compass,
Bjork, Robert A.
Illusions of competence during study can be remedied by manipulations that enhance learners’ sensitivity to retrieval conditions at test.
Memory & Cognition,
Frey, Frances E.
Tropp, Linda R.
Being Seen As Individuals Versus As Group Members: Extending Research on Metaperception to Intergroup Contexts.
Personality and Social Psychology Review,
Bjork, Robert A.
Illusions of Competence in Monitoring One's Knowledge During Study..
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition,
Differentiating in-group favoritism from shared reality in intergroup perception.
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology,
Sherman, David K.
Nelson, Leif D.
Ross, Lee D.
Naï Realism and Affirmative Action: Adversaries are More Similar Than They Think.
Basic and Applied Social Psychology,
Lin, Daniel Y.
The Bias Blind Spot: Perceptions of Bias in Self Versus Others.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin,