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Answer internal; internal external; external internal; external external; internal Add Question Here Question 103 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Dr. Fareed is a sociologist who studies criminal behavior. She conducts a study looking at the causes of criminal behavior in urban neighborhoods. One of her conclusions is that most of those people who engage in shoplifting do so because of poverty. One of her other conclusions is that most of the people arrested for prostitution are motivated by low self-esteem. In Dr. Fareed's first conclusion, she is assigning an _____ cause. In her second conclusion, she is assigning an _____ cause. Answer internal; external external; internal external; external internal; internal Add Question Here Question 104 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question According to Harold Kelley, two factors that greatly influence attribution of behavior are Answer desirability and undesirability. frequency and intensity. consistency and distinctiveness. reliability and validity. Add Question Here Question 105 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question When making attributions, noticing that a behavior changes very little on different occasions is referred to as Answer internal cause. distinctiveness. consistency. situational demand. Add Question Here Question 106 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question If you notice that a student who does not talk to others in history class also does not talk to other students in English class and in math class, you might attribute his behavior to shyness based on
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Answer an external cause. distinctiveness. consistency. situational demand. Add Question Here Question 107 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question If you notice Maria smiles and greets both friends and strangers wherever she is on campus, you might attribute Maria’s behavior to her upbeat, sunny disposition based on the _____ of her behavior. Answer self-promoting nature distinctiveness consistency situational demands Add Question Here Question 108 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question When making attributions, noticing that a behavior occurs only under specific circumstances is referred to as Answer internal cause. distinctiveness. consistency. situational demand. Add Question Here Question 109 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question If you notice that a student who does not talk to others in history class does talk freely to others in English class and in math class, you might attribute his behavior to not knowing anyone in history class. Your attribution was based on the _____ of his behavior. Answer self-handicapping nature distinctiveness consistency situational demands Add Question Here Question 110 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question If you notice that your teacher has talked to almost all of the students in class except you today, you might conclude that she may be angry with you for some reason. This conclusion would be based on which factor related to attribution?
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