Lecture 4

Lecture 4 - C. Judgmental Heuristics 1. Basic...

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1 Outline 4: Social Cognition II Attribution Biases B. Attribution Biases 1. Fundamental Attribution Error b. Reasons 2. A-O Effect a. Reasons 3. False Consensus Effect a. Ross et al. Exp. (see blackboard) b. Reasons 4. Egocentric Bias a. joint activities b. Reasons 5. Summary a. normative models vs. descriptive models
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Unformatted text preview: C. Judgmental Heuristics 1. Basic Position/Domain a. availability (Tversky & Kahneman) 1) factors that can lead to errors 2) applications to causal attributions (see blackboard) b. representativeness (Kahneman & Tversky) 1) Nisbett & Borgida Experiment 2. Summary...
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