haiku 6 - Dr. Ladd Psychology 327 Haiku 6 Attribution error...

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Dr. Ladd Psychology 327 Haiku 6 Attribution error Determining its causes Cultural bias According to our class discussion, one often makes internal attributions very quickly and incorrectly to conserve one’s energy, therefore not having to think of the attribution anymore. The causes are likely to be linked to the fact that many people associate the attribution to the individual person and not the situation. This is called the actor or observer error which also states that one’s behavior is the situation. According to Reeves, perceived control doesn’t follow this pattern because in perceived control one tries to take control of the group or situation, but perceived control does follow the same patterns as the self-serving bias stating that one will take recognition for good deeds. Insinuate doubt Possibilities exist Bypass resistance According to Greene, one of the strongest forms of persuasion is insinuation. Insinuation is act of hinting or suggesting an idea to someone, but the idea passes
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 327 taught by Professor Dr.ladd during the Spring '08 term at Indiana University South Bend.

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