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Because of ____, people exposed to the same information will often disagree about what they saw or heard. (Points : 5) defensive biases feedback variables differences in
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User: Because of ____, people exposed to the same information will often disagree about what they saw or heard. (Points : 5) defensive biases feedback variables differences in communication media perceptual filters communications deviations

Weegy: The answer is filters.
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User: Which of the following statements about perception and perceptual filters is true? People pay attention to similar things. People organize and interpret what they pay attention to similarly. People remember things similarly. People are unaffected by differences in stimuli. People perceive according to personality-, psychology-, and experience-based filters.

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