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Formulating more than one possible assumptionclarificationinterpretationperception of your friend's behavior will help you keep an open mind.
The answer is "false"
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User: Evaluating the behavior of others from point of view will increase the accuracy of your perception.

User: Formulating more than one possible assumptionclarificationinterpretationperception of your friend's behavior will help you keep an open mind.

Weegy: The answer is "false"
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Evaluating the behavior of others from a(n) objectivehonestnecessarysubjective point of view will increase the accuracy of your perception.
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Weegy: Examples of such faulty reasoning include: Good employees know they are good. Poor employees don’t want to know how they are doing. Employee reviews interfere with personal relations. They make people unhappy and jealous of each other. [ Some things are better not said. They take too much time. Supervisors don’t want to do it. I don’t know how to do it. ] (More)
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