- Fundamental attribution error : Fundamental attribution error refers to the assumption that how a person behaves is based on personality, with no consideration for the effects of surrounding social, biological, or environmental forces.
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Fundamental attribution error is defined as the tendency for observers to underestimate situational influences and overestimate dispositional influences upon others' behavior; when making attributions, the tendency to underestimate the importance of situational causes and overestimate the importance of dispositional ones. Fundamental attribution error is also called Correspondence bias because we so usually see behavior as corresponding to a disposition. Fundamental attribution error is when making attributions, the tendency to underestimate the importance of situational causes and overestimate the importance of dispositional ones. Fundamental attribution error is also called Correspondence bias because we so usually see behavior as corresponding to a disposition.

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