Causal attributions refer to the explanations people make for the events they observe; the explanations for why events occurred. Moreover, Causal attributions are explanations people construct to explain their behavior , which can be situational, dispositional, or interactive. They are conclusions drawn about the underlying causes of our own or another person’s behavior

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