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in a biased manner
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The events will be remembered partially and biasedly because of the point of view and the passing time in which human mind reshapes memories repeatedly.
The models using employee perceptions were preferred, following self-perception reporting research that suggested that leaders would most probably biasedly disassociate themselves with negative behaviour and rate themselves favourably (Ashford, 1989; Atwater, Ostroff, Yammarino, & Fleenor, 1998; Brown et al.
The rebel leader further said both the opposition forces and forces of the government should be cantoned, and described IGAD's proposal on security arrangements as only biasedly targeting the rebel forces.