Perspective taking as egocentric anchoring and adjustment (2004)

by Nicholas Epley , Leaf Van Boven , Boaz Keysar , Thomas Gilovich
Venue:Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Citations:33 - 6 self

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PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE Research Article The Anchoring-and-Adjustment Heuristic Why the Adjustments Are Insufficient – Nicholas Epley, Thomas Gilovich
Harvard University – Nicholas Epley, Eugene M. Caruso, Max H. Bazerman
17 The spotlight effect in social judgment: An egocentric bias in estimates of the salience of one’s own actions and appearance – Thomas Gilovich, Victoria Husted Medvec, Kenneth Savitsky - 2000
Intuitions About Situational Correction in Self and Others – Leaf Van Boven, Akiko Kamada, Katherine White, Thomas Gilovich
35 The illusion of transparency: Biased assessments of others' ability to read one's emotional states – Thomas Gilovich, Victoria Husted Medvec, Kenneth Savitsky - 1998
6 Maps of bounded rationality: A perspective on intuitive . . . – Daniel Kahneman - 2002
3 Maps of bounded rationality: A perspective . . . – Daniel Kahneman - 2002
150 A perspective on judgment and choice: Mapping bounded rationality – Daniel Kahneman - 2003
5 Empathy neglect: Reconciling the spotlight effect and the correspondence bias – Nicholas Epley, Kenneth Savitsky, Thomas Gilovich - 2002
The Effect of Role-taking in the Auditor-Manager Interaction on Financial Reporting Quality – Marietta Peytcheva, Ong-ard Singtokul, Wei Yu - 2011
Northwestern University – Thomas Mussweiler, Fritz Strack, Universität Würzburg Würzburg - 1998
10.1177/0146167205282152 PERSONALITY Englich et al. / IRRELEVANT AND SOCIAL ANCHORS PSYCHOLOGY IN SENTENCING BULLETIN ARTICLE Playing Dice With Criminal Sentences: The Influence of Irrelevant Anchors on Experts ’ Judicial Decision Making – Birte Englich, Thomas Mussweiler, Fritz Strack
Biased calculations: Numeric anchors influence answers to math – unknown authors
1 Principles, processes, and puzzles of social cognition: An introduction for the special issue on social cognitive neuroscience – Matthew D. Lieberman - 2005
3 Judgeability concerns: The interplay of information, applicability, and accountability in the overattribution bias – Olivier Corneille, Vincent Y. Yzerbyt, Eva Walther - 1999
7 What do I think you’re doing? Action identification and mind attribution – Megan N. Kozak, Abigail A. Marsh, Daniel M. Wegner - 2006
Blind or Biased? Justitia’s Susceptibility to Anchoring Effects in the Courtroom Based on Given Numerical Representations – unknown authors
10 Anchoring effect – Thomas Mussweiler, Birte Englich, Fritz Strack
4 Error and Bias in Comparative Judgment: On Being Both Better and Worse Than We Think We Are – Don A. Moore, Deborah A. Small