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Ralph hears that his neighbor's son was stopped and ticketed for speeding. Without knowing the facts of the case, he tells his wife what he thinks. "That boy was always reckless," he says. "I
expect he was speeding down the road without a thought for anyone." Ralph is expressing a/an _______ attribution. A. unfounded B. ethnocentric C. situations D. dispositional
Ralph is expressing a/an dispositional attribution.
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