"It might help explain why people who learn some small piece of information about some other person...
may have difficulty communicating with that person on a variety of topics", http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?id=politically-correct-why-g
"What's perhaps most interesting about the research," she explains, "is that it suggests that we may automatically think
about the minds of other people in the way in which we think about ourselves,
but that this courtesy may be automatically restricted to those we perceive at first glance to be similar."
"Once you have a little piece of information about someone being similar to you or different, you seem to take it and run with it.
You may think they are similar to you across the board, even though you may not have much reason to think this. It is rather surprising",