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The Accuracy oi Dispositional Judgment : Four Areas of Study

@inproceedings{Ickes2005TheAO,
  title={The Accuracy oi Dispositional Judgment : Four Areas of Study},
  author={William Ickes},
  year={2005}
}
People are motivated to understand each other's psychological states as well as each other's personality traits. As a consequence, the more traditional study of accuracy in trait inference can be complemented by, and potentially benefit from, the insights provided by the more recent study of empathic accuracy. Findings in this area suggest that future research should devote more attention to (a) the history of the perceiver-target relationship; {b) the perceiver's desired future relationship… 

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