y31 - Social Psychology II The Perceiver Shapes Reality and...

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Social Psychology II: The Perceiver Shapes Reality and the Interaction of the Person and the Situation • The Perceiver Shapes Reality • Fundamental Attribution Error • Stereotyping • Self-Fulfilling Prophecies • The Interaction of the Person and the Situation • The Two Factor Theory of Emotion • Cognitive Dissonance • Stereotype Threat
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The Origin of Attribution Theory and the prediction of the fundamental attribution error The Fundamental Attribution Error
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Jones & Harris (1967) - Essay Study
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The Origin of Attribution Theory and the prediction of the fundamental attribution error The Fundamental Attribution Error
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Ross, Amabile, & Steinmetz (1977) - Game Show Study
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The Origin of Attribution Theory and the prediction of the fundamental attribution error The role of culture in the fundamental attribution error The Fundamental Attribution Error
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Attribution Error
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2011 for the course PSY 2012 taught by Professor Dobson during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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