Lecture 3

Lecture 3 - 1 consensus information do other people respond...

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1 Outline 3: Social Cognition 1 Attribution Models III. Social Cognition A. Causal Attribution Theories 1. Heider (1958) a. "naive psychologists" b. internal vs. external (dispositional vs. situational) c. "behavior engulfs the field" a. analysis of "noncommon effects" N.J. Honolulu 1) nice house 1) nice house 2) job as architect 2) job as architect 3) $$$$ 3) $ b. normativeness of behavior 3. Kel ey Model (1967, 1972) a. people as "naive scientists" b. example: "John laughs at the comedian."
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Unformatted text preview: 1) consensus information - do other people respond same way to this stimulus 2) distinctiveness information - does the actor respond same way to other stimuli? 3) consistency information - does the actor respond the same way to this stimulus over time and in different settings? 4. Compare/Contrast Models B. Attribution Biases 1. Fundamental Attribution Error a. Ross, Amabile, & Steinmetz Experiment b. Reasons 2. A-O Effect a. Reasons...
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