- FAE (Fundamental attribution error) : FAE is the acronmy of Fundamental attribution error which is defined as the tendency to overestimate the causal influence of dispositional factors and underemphasize the causal influence of situational factors. It is the dual tendency of observers to underestimate the impact of situational factors, and to overestimate the influence of dispositional factors on an actor's behavior .

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