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  1. Ego centrism
  2. Attributions have three elements:
  3. Three attribution errors are common:
  4. Competent communicators practice:
  5. Negativity bias
  1. a Impaired ability to recognize or engage another person's perspective
    Egocentrism is a characteristic of normal child development
    Egocentrism in adulthood can inhibit perception and impair social interaction
  2. b Self-serving bias
    Fundamental attribution error
    Over attribution
  3. c is the tendency to view information in an overly pessimistic way
  4. d self awareness, adaptability, empathy, cognitive complexity, ethics.
  5. e Locus: is the cause internal or external?
    Stability: is the cause stable?
    Controllability: is the cause controllable?

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. is the tendency to view information in an overly idealistic way
  2. the tendency to attribute others' behaviors to internal rather than external causes.
  3. means communicating in ways that are effective and appropriate
  4. believes people's primary responsibility is to themselves..
  5. Physiological states and traits
    Culture and co-culture
    Social roles

5 True/False Questions

  1. Recency EffectThe first impression we have of someone overshadows our later impressions of the person
    First impressions set the tone for all future interaction
    Although powerful, first impressions are not unchangeable


  2. over attributionthe ongoing process of making meaning from what we experience in our environment


  3. Uncertainty - accepting cultureTries to avoid situations that are unstructured, unclear, or unpredictable


  4. stereotypingA three-part process:
    Identify a group we believe someone belongs
    Recall some generalization about that group
    Apply the generalization to that person


  5. factors of interpretationPhysical constructs
    Role constructs
    Interaction constructs
    Psychological constructs


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