Quick Study: Who’s to Blame?
A surprising experiment could change the way you think about conflicts.
Views about who deserves the blame for social conflicts may seem almost impossible to change. Yet in a recent study, Nir Halevy, a professor of organizational behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business, and Preeti Vani, a PhD student, found that opinions about contentious issues could be shifted simply by rephrasing a question.
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