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Intentions attributed to other people change how we see their actions

Source: University of Plymouth

Our apparent ability to see the intent in other's behavior leads us to cling to our false judgements.

  • The new study shows these changes really reflect the intentions we attribute to others, and specifically happen when watching people but not other objects.

  • The results show that it is really the intentions we attribute to other people, but not objects, that lead us to mis-perceive their actions.


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