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Unformatted text preview: b. Distinctiveness: Does the person act in the same way on other occasions? (“Does this person do this at other times?”) c. Consistency: Does the person act in the same way to other stimuli? (“Does this person do this to other things?”) Attribution Bias 1. Fundamental Attribution Error (FAE) or Correspondence Bias: Tendency to attribute others’ behaviors to personal factors. 2. Self-Other (Actor-Observer) Bias: Tendency to attribute; a. Others’ behaviors personal factors b. Own behaviors situational factors 3. Self-Serving Bias a. Own behaviors i. Success Personal ii. Failure Situational b. Others’ behaviors (not as relevant, but . . . ) i. Success Situational ii. Failure Personal...
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- Fall '08
- person, Fundamental Attribution Error, Attributional bias