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When Henry is late to work, his boss believes this is due to Henry's poor work ethic. The reason, however, is that Henry's commuter train sometimes runs slowly. The boss's belief is (Points : 1)
fundamental attribution error. perceptual constancy. projection. self-serving bias.
\The tendency to ascribe positive outcomes of performance to internal factors such as ability and effort, and negative outcomes to external factors, such as luck and the weather, [ [ in order to maintain self-esteems See also functional model of attribution. Read more: ] ]
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