Throughout your textbook, David Funder makes the point that many people consider themselves good judges of personalities. As we reach the final stage of the course, I think it’s important to reconsider that idea. I would like you to read a 2019 journal article by Katherine Rogers and Jeremy Biesanz on “Reassessing the Good Judge of Personality” from the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. After you read the article, please answer the four prompts below. What is the overall research question that Rogers and Biesanz examined in this study? How is this study distinct from research in this area in the past? Explain the researchers’ reasoning for investigating this question. Based on what you read, is there a good judge of personality? What does Funder’s (1995) realistic accuracy model predict in the context of a good target? What do the researchers conclude regarding the question of if a good judge is more accurate with a good target? What are possible limitations of the study and what do the researchers propose for future directions in this research area? Do you consider yourself a good judge of personality? Did reading the Rogers and Biesanz research article or the textbook change your perception of yourself as a good judge of personality? Briefly describe a time when you either misjudged someone and concluded later that you were wrong in your judgment or a time when you made a correct judgment of another person.