correspondent inference

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Another name for the fundamental attribution error. The term was introduced in 1965 by the US psychologists Edward Ellsworth Jones (1926–93) and Keith Eugene Davis (born 1936). Also called correspondence bias, although this is avoided in careful usage.

Subjects: Psychology.

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