When a Wrongly Accused Person is Falsely Judged Guilty
Biases and hunches in complex situations can lead to people easily coming to wrong conclusions
Source: Why Anger Makes a Wrongly Accused Person Look Guilty
by Michael Blanding at Harvard Business School’s Working Knowledge publication
People do get falsely and shamefully misjudged for acts they didn’t commit. They might even suffer punishment for it. When they might react with anger over this mistreatment, they can come across as more guilty.
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