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Q: 21. Determine the evaluator effect described below. This effect occurs when evaluators believe it is their job to find something wrong, regardless of the players’ performance. A. Errors of Central
Tendency.B. Hypercritical Effect. C. Contamination. D. Evaluator Bias.
A: Hypercritical Effect occurs when evaluators believe it is their job to find something wrong, regardless of the players’ performance.
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User: 21. Determine the evaluator effect described below. This effect occurs when evaluators believe it is their job to find something wrong, regardless of the players’ performance. A. Errors of Central Tendency.B. Hypercritical Effect. C. Contamination. D. Evaluator Bias.

Weegy: D. Evaluator Bias
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Hypercritical Effect occurs when evaluators believe it is their job to find something wrong, regardless of the players’ performance.
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