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1. Attribution theory was designed to account for: someone’s behoavior, by crediting either the situation or the person’s disposition. P575 2. Ksana insists that her boyfriend's car accident resulted from his carelessness. Her explanation for the accident provides an example of: dispositional attribution. P575 3. Compared to people from East Asian cultures, those from individualistic Western countries are more likely to demonstrate: 4. In explaining the actions of people we do not know well, we often demonstrate: fundamental attribution error. P575 5. The fundamental attribution error is likely to be restrained by observing someone: in different situations. ??? 6. The fundamental attribution error is likely to lead observers to attribute a stranger's: behavior to ??? 7. Attitudes are feelings________ that guide behavior. P577 8. The impact of our actions on our attitudes is best illustrated by the: foot in the door, role playing, cognitive dissonance. ?? 9. The foot-in-the-door phenomenon refers to the tendency to: for people who have first agteed ot a small request to comply later with a larger request. P577 10. Philip Zimbardo devised a simulated prison and randomly assigned college students to serve as prisoners or guards. This experiment best illustrated the impact of: role playing. P578 11. The discomfort we feel when two thoughts are inconsistent is called: cognitive dissonance theory. P579
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