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- The Realistic Accuracy ModelTera D. Letzring and David C. Funder
- Lens and Dual Lens ModelsSarah Osterholz, Simon M. Breil, Steffen Nestler, and Mitja D. Back
- The Good Target of Personality JudgmentsMarie-Catherine Mignault and Lauren J. Human
- Characteristics of Traits That Are Related to Accuracy of Personality JudgmentsSheherezade L. Krzyzaniak and Tera D. Letzring
- Information as a Moderator of Accuracy in Personality JudgmentAndrew Beer
- Figuring Out How Others See Us: The Formation of Accurate Meta-PerceptionsNorhan Elsaadawy and Erika N. Carlson
- Accuracy of Personality Trait Judgments Based on Environmental and Social Media CuesHelen J. Wall and Claire Campbell
- The Role of Normative Information in Judgments of OthersKatherine H. Rogers
- Accuracy and Bias of Trait Judgments in Romantic RelationshipsShanhong Luo and David Watson
- Self–Other Agreement on Ratings of Personality Disorder Symptoms and Traits: Three Meta-AnalysesJoshua R. Oltmanns and Thomas F. Oltmanns
- Trait Accuracy in the WorkplaceMelinda Blackman