1) The fundamental attribution error (FAE) is a theory in which people regularly underestimate
the degree to which human behavior is externally produced. It represents ones propensity to
attribute observed human behavior to dispositional characteristics,
Edward Titchener is associated with which early approach or "school" of psychology?
Stud ent Resp onse Valu e Corr ect Ans wer Feed back A. beha viori sm
B. struct uralis m 100 % Corr ect! C. funct ional ism
Mary Whiton Calkins:
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