Flashcards in Comparison of covariation theory and correspondent inference theory Deck (15):
Proposed correspondent inference theory
Jones and Davis, 1965
What is the mechanism used for CIT?
analysis of non-common effects
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
Who proposed covariation theory?
What are the three components of covariation theory?
Distinctiveness, consistency, and consensus
Who are the authors of the text?
Hewstone, et al, 2012
Who discovered causal schemas?
Proposed causal power
Who proposed probablistic contrast?
Cheng and Novick, 1990
Who proposed Multiple Sufficient Causes and Multiple Necessary causes in regards to causal schemas?
define person attribution
the outcome is contingent on the person
Define context attribution
the perceived action is only made in certain settings
Define entity attribution
the perceived attitude is contingent on the entity in question
Define the discounting principle
o This process where people discard outcomes in favour of more likely ones