SUPPORTING SINGLE CAUSE INFERENCES WHEN MULTIPLE CAUSATION IS IMPLIED
Abstract:Subjects drew causal inferences about interpersonal and achievement events, and ranked the information aspects on their importance in reaching the inference. High information was ranked most important for drawing a stimulus inference, low distinctiveness information was most important for drawing a person inference, and low consistency information was most important for drawing a circumstance inference.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 1979
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