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Participants egocentrically focused on the values that were most valued by their own side and thus inferred greater opposition on their own valued issues, but not on their less valued issues.
In fact, higher levels of testosterone were associated with individuals behaving egocentrically and deciding in favour of their own selection over their partner's.
Having egocentrically renounced national ties--he is resolved "To follow rule, honour and empery, / Not to be bent so strictly to the place / Wherein at first I blew the fire of life" (2.
Finally, individuals project less egocentrically if they are provided financial incentives to accurately mindread.
You egocentrically regard a cold as a problem limited to you and repeatedly whinge: "why did I have to get a cold now?
Spatial representation is egocentrically oriented using measures tied to bodily movement, and similarly temporal representation must be equally subjectively measured in terms of behavioral capacities.
27) Actions oriented towards reaching a success can be done egocentrically, while those oriented towards agreement are done cooperatively (Communicative Rationality 204).
Young children try to make sense of the senselessness around them--a parent unarousable in the daytime, no food in the house, strangers arriving, escalating conflict, inconsistent moods--and may egocentrically conclude they are to blame.
Although the mother tells her daughter that it requires "some kind of ego" to be able to write (100), she is critical of her daughter when it becomes clear that she is egocentrically driven to become famous, whether by commiting murder or writing poetry (108).
For example, a child in the preoperational stage of cognitive development (two to seven years) (Piaget, 1973) is said to view the world egocentrically.
He sees no design or purpose in human existence apart, apparently, from the egocentrically determined satisfaction of preferences of individuals.