A common exercise used in design thinking and creative brainstorming is called the six hats. The six hat have you take multiple perspectives on a given situation. It removed the often predictable path of sourcing ideas, only for us to anchor on the earliest idea versus the best idea.
Perspective-taking can be very useful in helping individuals and groups think past the obvious and to think again.
Consider the implications of the study's findings to your top 3 values:
How do your top values encourage you to be in relation with others?
How might your values support increasing how satisfied you are with your relationships?