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1 December, 03:11

Burger and Pavelich (1994) found that voters were more likely to attribute the outcome of an election to the candidate's personal traits and positions the day after a presidential election, and to the nation's economy a year after the election. This represents which of the following explanations for the fundamental attribution error? a. actor-observed difference. b. camera perspective bias. c. changing perspectives trend. d. self-awareness phenomenon.

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  1. 1 December, 03:20
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    c. changing perspectives trend.

    Explanation:

    A fundamental attribution error is a type of bias that represents the tendency of a community to underestimate some factors of a personal character such as a person's personality and level of intelligence, through the result of an activity that person has completed or is in the process of conclusion. In this case, the community ignores some important factors such as the difficulty of the task and the influence of other people in completing this task. As a result of this bias, the community begins to change its perspective on that person and his ability to be successful in his task.

    An example of this can be shown in the question above, where voters are more likely to attribute the result of an election to the candidate's personal characteristics and positions the day after the presidential election and the country's economy a year after the election.
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