People tend to overestimate/attribute too much to dispositional factors and underestimate situational factors.
People tend to overestimate situational factors and underestimate dispositional factors.
People tend to attribute their actions to factors, unmeasurable
There is no theory
Magic, duh!- why else?! Harry potter is based on something.
Illusion?- it was by chance, the people imagined things, and he got lucky.
Situational?- because of the context, his job as a magician at that wedding is to entertain. His presence would be pointless.
I don't know.
Situational; they didn't know the environment and the people.
Dispositional; the children had emotional attachments to the parents.
Situational; they were scared of hospitals.
Situational; they were scared of doctors from the beginning because of previous experience.
Because he/she knew all the answers and looked the smartest
Because he/she wrote the questions and failed to consider how the game was made
Because they were told so
Because they assumed so
inferential analysis theory
Cognitive dissonance theory
Both A & B
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