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Because her coworker kept her eyes on her work and never said much, Laura concluded that Rita wasn't very smart. But when a new procedure was introduced on their floor and Laura made several errors, Rita showed her a simple way to remember each step. This is an example of A. having a low level of self-esteem. B. failing to listen to others. C. failing to take responsibility for one's mistakes. D. misjudging other people's abilities.
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Because her coworker Rita kept her eyes on her work and never said much, Laura concluded that Rita wasn't very smart. But when a new procedure was introduced on their floor and Laura made several errors, Rita showed her a simple way to remember each step. Laura made the mistake of misjudging other people's abilities.
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Because her coworker Rita kept her eyes on her work and never said much, Laura concluded that Rita wasn't very smart. But when a new procedure was introduced on their floor and Laura made several errors, Rita showed her a simple way to remember each step. Laura made the mistake of misjudging other people's abilities.
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