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What are the benefits and drawbacks of self-serving biases?
\The tendency to ascribe positive outcomes of performance to internal factors such as ability and effort, and negative outcomes to external factors, such as luck and the weather, [ in order to maintain self-esteems See also functional model of attribution. Read more: ]
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