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An enduring belief that a particular behavior or end state of existence is preferred is known as a/an:
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An enduring belief that a particular behavior or end state of existence is preferred is known as a value.
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The three major categories of factors that influence one’s perception of another person include:
Weegy: Perception is our sensory experience of the world around us and involves both the recognition of environmental stimuli and action in response to these stimuli. [ Through the perceptual process, we gain information about properties and elements of the environment that are critical to our survival. ] (More)
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The tendency to make attributions to internal causes when focusing on someone else's behavior is:
Weegy: The tendency to make attributions to internal causes when focusing on someone else's behavior is:? Answer: Attribution theory is intended to help a person understand the causes of human behavior, be it their own or someone else's. [ The basis of attribution theory is that people want to know the reasons for the actions that they and others take; they want to attribute causes to behaviors they see rather than assuming that these behaviors are random. This allows people to assume some feeling of control over their own behaviors and over situations. Psychologist Fritz Heider (1896988) first developed attribution theory in his 1958 book The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations. Heider proposed that what people perceived and believed about what they saw dictated how they would act, even if their beliefs about what they perceived were invalid. ] (More)
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The tendency to make attributions to internal causes when focusing on someone else's behavior is Fundamental attribution error.
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