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A basic tenet of self-perception theory is that we infer our feelings from our behavior when

a. the reasons for our attitudes or feelings are ambiguous.
b. the reasons for our attitudes or feelings are clear.
c. we can easily identify external reasons for our feelings.
d. we think about how others perceive us.

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Answer: A

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