misevaluate

misevaluate

(ˌmɪsɪˈvæljʊˌeɪt)
vb
to evaluate wrongly
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Yet Ohlin may misevaluate Dressier and Garvey's contrast between common law and Model Penal Code approaches by treating them merely as descriptions of current law.
Also, agents might misevaluate a target's reaction and/or attitude (Gattiker & Carter, 2010; Yukl, Kim & Chavez, 1999).
Avoid interruptions and distractions during your preflight inspection to ensure that you do not skip or misevaluate the items you are checking.
190) There is ample room for an individual participant to either misapprehend or misevaluate the nature of the known risks of proposed research participation, or the likely value of his or her research participation to the advancement of medical science.
Works that analyze the efficacy of Chinese soft-power initiatives often misevaluate it because they neglect the goals that Chinese policymakers are trying to achieve.
Cognitive errors are mental shortcuts or quirks that lead people systematically to misevaluate, like anchoring or optimism bias.
This is the third question raised above: Is such evaluation possible without the inevitable result that the adherents of the second religion misunderstand and therefore misevaluate the statements of the first?
In the first chapter, on printed editions of the plays before the folio edition of 1623, Kastan suggests how our anachronistic assumptions about Shakespeare's importance have led us to misevaluate his earliest publishers.
The processes whereby we misperceive, misconceive, misexpress, misconstrue, misunderstand, and misevaluate were laid bare so that we know the pitfalls and can make conscious efforts to overcome them.
Such competition might have more of a negative effect overall, by leading the institutions involved in the making of Turkish energy policy to undertake wrong decisions or misevaluate Turkey's options.
He moved all over the front of the class playing games and quizzes, inviting the students to misevaluate, and many of the students could not believe that "they had thought that way before.
Not only do we misevaluate in the situation that launched the label, but we tend generally to see our children through the filter of all our previous verbalizations about them.