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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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