Correspondence bias refers to the the tendency to assume that people’s actions and words reflect their personality , their attitudes , or some other internal factor , rather than external or situational factors . It relies more on dispositional information in explaining behavior and ignoring compelling situational information such as circumstances.

Related Articles

Fundamental attribution error at■■■■■■■
- Fundamental attribution error : Fundamental attribution error refers to the assumption that how a person . . . Read More
Actor/observer bias at■■■■■■■
Actor/observer bias refers to the tendency for actors to make external attributions and observers to . . . Read More
Actor-observer difference/bias/effect at■■■■■■■
Actor-observer difference/bias/effect refers to the tendency to see other people’s behaviour as dispositionally . . . Read More
Attributions at■■■■■■■
. . . Read More
False uniqueness effect at■■■■■■■
False uniqueness effect refers to - the tendency to underestimate the commonality of one's abilities . . . Read More
Hostile attribution bias at■■■■■■
Hostile attribution bias refers to a tendency to assume that provocation is intentional. It is the tendency . . . Read More
Attribution theory at■■■■■■
- Attribution theory : Attribution theory refers to a theory that looks for regularities in the ways . . . Read More
Artifact at■■■■■■
Artifact refers to a concept pertaining to manufactured or human-designed objects. Artifacts are things . . . Read More
Extraversion at■■■■■■
Extraversion is defined as one of the two (2) major attitudes or orientations of personality . Extraversion . . . Read More
Fundamental attribution error (FAE) at■■■■■■
- Fundamental attribution error (FAE) : - Fundamental attribution error (FAE) : refers to the dual tendency . . . Read More