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Which of the following is not a distortion in perception?
A. Cognitive dissonance (Pygmalion effect)
C. Halo effect
D. The recency effect
E. Causal attribution
Chapter 11, Problem 119MCQ Answer: Pygmalion effect is not a distortion in perception.
The Pygmalion effect is a psychological phenomenon in which the performance of another person affects one’s own, implying that the Pygmalion effect is not a distortion in perception as people’s expectations are not simply an opinion.