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It is easy to fall into an interpretive bias when evaluating the capabilities of overweight people. In other words, we understand that they are not as physically capable, and therefore undervalued/underestimated due to the interpretive bias. Another thing is, similar to the idea of racism, Positive Distinctiveness kicks in. This is where, as humans, we see ...


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I have had the same question a while back when I observed similar behavior in a forum on a language learning website (I know that the question here is specific about stack-overflow). There were two things I noticed- One with regards to my own behavior. I started giving my votes without having to worry that I will offend or please someone. -Two was that I ...


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Of course it would change the way people interact with one another. Social and situational settings strongly affect behaviour. It's funny you see it this way. One can argue that it's exactly the opposite! Like with parliamentary elections, anonymity means that people act based on their own beliefs without being swayed by social pressure. What's more ...



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