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Group Attribution Error – A to Z Challenge, Literary Terms

GIt was this time last year when I realized doing just standard Literary terms was a mistake, especially two at once. I had to be clever and utilize other words from other sources that I believed should be Literary Terms. That decision inspired the success for my A to Z Campaign and kept with the spirit I set out to do with this blog. To educate writers.

Today we have Group Attribution Error.

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False-Consensus Effect – A to Z Challenge, Literary Terms

FDay 6 of the A to Z challenge and it seems a pattern is emerging… these topics will go into great detail. Yesterday was another long topic that took Star Trek to the nth degree. It’s a lot to go through, admittedly, but very useful none-the-less.

Today hopefully won’t be too bad. We’ll be discussing False-Consensus Effect, which will go a long way in understanding people, especially in conjunction with many terms this month.

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