(Booktips!) Breaking down people's fear of accurately understanding themselves opens them up to a whole new level of honesty

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13th July 2013

Breaking down people's fear of accurately understanding themselves opens them up to a whole new level of honesty that is astounding! In psychological terms, humans are quite self-protective in many ways, and the most evident is defined by the concept of "fundamental attribution error". Based on several sources, but one of the simpler ones, 'Ten Interesting Things About Human Behaviour' By Suzanne L. Davis, PhD, explains that most people universally over-rate their skill sets while under-rating others.

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