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Attributional Processes – Attributing Behavior to Persons or Situations (PSY)

by Tarry Ahuja, MD
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    The lecture Attributional Processes – Attributing Behavior to Persons or Situations (PSY) by Tarry Ahuja, MD is from the course Social Thinking.


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    1. Environment.
    2. Attitude.
    3. Mood.
    4. Personality.
    5. Ability.
    1. Consistency, distinctiveness, and consensus.
    2. Distinctiveness, consensus, and divergence.
    3. Reciprocity and lowball technique.
    4. Attitude strength, ambivalence, and accessibility.
    5. Stable and unstable behavior.
    1. Actor-observer bias.
    2. Hypocrisy.
    3. Self-serving bias.
    4. Unstable external attribution.
    5. External locus of control.
    1. Halo affect.
    2. Bias.
    3. Generalization.
    4. Oversimplification.
    5. Physical attractiveness stereotype.

    Author of lecture Attributional Processes – Attributing Behavior to Persons or Situations (PSY)

     Tarry Ahuja, MD

    Tarry Ahuja, MD


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