Psychology 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Fundamental Attribution Error, Fritz Heider, Impression Formation

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Examines how the actual, imagined, or implied presence of others influences the thoughts of individuals. Religion in some form or another exists everywhere. Whatever the motivation for religion, the structure of society and peoples place in society. In everyday life, we often make attributions, judgements about the causes of our own an behaviour and outcomes. Fritz heider, a pioneer of attribution theory, maintained that our attempt to unders as they do typically involve either personal attributions or situational attributions. Personal (internal) attributions infer that peopled behaviour is caused by the. Bill insulted carl because bill is a rude person. Situational (external) attributes infer that aspects of the situation cause a be. According to harold kelly (1973), three types of information determine the attributi. Do others think/behave similarly? ughts, feelings, and behavior ciety influence the following: n and other peoples derstand why people behave y their characteristics a behaviour ibution we make:

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