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I am a Community Moderator Pro Tempore on Reverse Engineering.

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reviewed Leave Open Do humans look favorably upon unselfish/mysterious actions?
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reviewed Leave Open Why does one's mind swing between different moods based on external circumstances?
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reviewed Close Will a person with an artificial heart have feelings if heart is the organ to feel emotions?
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reviewed Close What is the psychology of morality?
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revised Crossing the leg, what does it mean?
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comment Crossing the leg, what does it mean?
Did you do any research? What did you find? Where was what you found lacking?
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comment What is the psychological cause and meaning of “common sense”?
This entire question is based on the assumption that "common sense" has a specific definition. I do not think this question is answerable in its current form, because the concept of common sense itself is vaguely defined.
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comment Why do people blame others rather than take responsibility?
@caseyr547 Its funny you should ask. I was reminded of this paradox after I read your question. However, after giving it some thought I am not entirely certain it applies in the specific context you were asking about. The scapegoat is usually an underling in the team, while the person whose decision everybody follows/respects in the case of the Abilene paradox is usually one of the senior members or bosses or respected members. From my limited knowledge and reading of sociology texts, I cannot be certain whether the paradox applies in the case of "scapegoats".