Social Psychology Study Set 22
Quiz 3 :
Attribution and Social Explanation
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Using what you know about non-common effects and outcome bias, consider the following example: Josh has to choose between behaviour A and behaviour B. Behaviour A produces only terror and behaviour B produces only joy. Can we tell anything about Josh's disposition based on his chosen behaviour?
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Elaine has just screamed, smacking her daughter's fingers because the adventurous one-year-old has just poked a metal fork into a power outlet. Because consistency information is low, you would probably not think of Elaine as a violent person. This refers to:
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Jemima knew little about photography but enrolled in a beginner's course to see what it was all about. She was praised for her first effort, but thought this was just a bit of luck, making an ________ attribution. When she continued to be praised for her later work she concluded that anyone could be a really good photographer. This time her attribution was ________.