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“Everyone is responsible for their own behaviour… Except me!”
“Other people are more biased than I. "
“I explain the actions of a person through their personal characteristics while underestimating the influence of the situation.”
“I use a first impression to draw a ‘bigger picture’ conclusion.”
“I believe my thoughts and feelings are more accessible to others than they actually are.”
"When someone does something, like cut me off in traffic, I assume they did it on purpose."
“You reap what you sow.”
"After doing a good deed, I can afford a socially undesirable deed."
“I tend to underestimate the differences among members of a group when I am not part of it.”
“The expectations I have of someone can influence their performance.”
“The sole act of naming something makes me believe it exists.”
“What I predict comes true.”
“If I create an obstacle for myself before performing a difficult task, I will win regardless of whether I fail or succeed.”
“I take other people's actions as a sign that they are attracted to me when they are not.”
"To look good to these people, I'm going to say what they want to hear instead of what I really think."
“I am more likely to repeat actions when I succeed, I am more likely to change actions when I fail.”
“I feel in competition with certain people and I think that any gain for them inevitably entails a loss for me.”
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