Judging others in the shadow of suspicion

@article{Fein1994JudgingOI,
  title={Judging others in the shadow of suspicion},
  author={Steven Fein and James L. Hilton},
  journal={Motivation and Emotion},
  year={1994},
  volume={18},
  pages={167-198}
}
Previous research has found that when perceivers have reason to be suspicious of the motives underlying an actor's behavior, they are likely to draw inferences about the actor's true disposition that reflect a relatively sophisticated style of attributional processing. The present research was designed to examine some of the negative consequences that suspicion can have on perceivers' judgments. In each of the three studies reported, some subjects were made suspicious about the motives of an… CONTINUE READING

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