SUPPORTING SINGLE CAUSE INFERENCES WHEN MULTIPLE CAUSATION IS IMPLIED
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.
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Publication date: 1979-01-01
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