Social Psychology:
Social Cognition

James Neill

Centre for Applied Psychology

University of Canberra

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Learning Objective

Attribution

Attributions - External/Internal

Fundamental Attribution Error

Self-serving Bias

We tend to attribute

Interval vs. External Attribution

Internal vs. External attributions depend on:

Processes that Modulate Attribution

Attributions - Summary

Notes

Interval vs. External Attribution

Internal vs. External attributions depend on:

See also

References

Lewis, V. (2004). Social Thinking. Powerpoint presentation to Psychology 102. Canberra: University of Canberra.

Myers, D. G. (2001). Social Psychology (Ch. 18). In D. G. Myers (2001). Psychology (6th ed.) (pp. 643-688). New York: Worth.

Westen, D., Burton, L., & Kowalski, R. (2006). Psychology. Australian and New Zealand Edition. Queensland: Wiley.