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In social interactions, people must pay attention to many behavioral events unfolding in themselves and the other person-events that can be observable or unobservable, intentional or unintentional. Three studies explored how people distribute their attention to these different event types and, as a result, build up representations of self and partner during the interaction. Relying on basic principles of attention , the authors predict 2 actor-observer gaps: Actors pay more attention todoi:10.1037/0022-35126.96.36.1998 fatcat:cpqcxdzix5athkiqikq227j66a