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'''Perceptiveness''' is the ability to have [[insight]], to understand the thoughts, feelings and behaviors of others. In psychology it has been studied as a [[personality trait]]
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'''Perceptiveness''' is the ability to have [[insight]], to understand the thoughts, feelings and behaviors of others.
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Perseptiveness is commonly referred to as one's ability to view the world from two or more perspectives. It is a [[personality trait]] commonly associated with [[empathy]] and [[sympathy]].
   
   

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Perceptiveness is the ability to have insight, to understand the thoughts, feelings and behaviors of others.

Perseptiveness is commonly referred to as one's ability to view the world from two or more perspectives. It is a personality trait commonly associated with empathy and sympathy.


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