Do people know how others view them? An empirical and theoretical account.

@article{Kenny1993DoPK,
  title={Do people know how others view them? An empirical and theoretical account.},
  author={David A. Kenny and Bella M. Depaulo},
  journal={Psychological bulletin},
  year={1993},
  volume={114 1},
  pages={
          145-61
        }
}
Meta-accuracy is the extent to which people know how others see them. Following D.A. Kenny and L. Albright (1987), we show how the social relations model (SRM) can be used to investigate meta-accuracy. The results from 8 SRM studies involving 569 subjects are reviewed. We argue that people determine how others view them not from the feedback that they receive from others but from their own self-perceptions. Consistent with this argument are the findings that (a) people overestimate the degree… CONTINUE READING

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