(Not) Knowing how to know others: Getting perspective in China and the United States

Yin Li
People often fail to employ the best strategies to understand the minds of others. One such overlooked strategy includes perspective getting (i.e., directly asking others what they think). In one experiment conducted virtually, I tested interpersonal accuracy and confidence among participants in the United States and China. Participants were recruited in pairs. One person within each pair was randomly assigned to the role of predictor and asked to predict how their partner would respond to...
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