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Yet they were also more likely to pass on negative feedback

And that, in turn, shaped their behaviour in interesting ways. The “frenemies” made more effort with the editing of each other’s writing than both the aversive groups and the supportive groups, for instance. “They really went above and beyond what they were asked to do,” says Melwani. Yet they were also more likely to pass on negative feedback to the researchers – essentially tarnishing their partner’s reputation in the eyes of the scientist

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