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Proposed correspondent inference theory

Jones and Davis, 1965

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What is the mechanism used for CIT?

analysis of non-common effects

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WHO cast doubt on CIT in 1967, and what did they call that doubt

Jones and Harris (1967), and they came up with correspondence bias

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Who proposed covariation theory?

Kelley, 1967

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What are the three components of covariation theory?

Distinctiveness, consistency, and consensus

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Who are the authors of the text?

Hewstone, et al, 2012

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Who discovered causal schemas?

Kelly 1972

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Proposed causal power

Cheng, 1997

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Who proposed probablistic contrast?

Cheng and Novick, 1990

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Who proposed Multiple Sufficient Causes and Multiple Necessary causes in regards to causal schemas?

McLeod, 2010

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define person attribution

the outcome is contingent on the person

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Define context attribution

the perceived action is only made in certain settings

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Define entity attribution

the perceived attitude is contingent on the entity in question

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Define the discounting principle

o This process where people discard outcomes in favour of more likely ones

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Define the augmenting principle

occurs when we know of a factor working against the observed effect