We make attributions every day about our own behaviors and the behaviors of the people that we interact with. And depending on what we attribute to the cause of a

We make attributions every day about our own behaviors and the behaviors of the people that we interact with. And depending on what we attribute to the cause of a person or our behavior this directly affects our attitudes and behaviors toward that person. If our attributions are correct, then outcome can be positive, as they can us to work more effectively with that person or to make better decisions for ourselves. However, if we make an error in our attribution of the cause of a behavior, then our own following behaviors can negatively compound the situation. Consider the following situations that we have all experienced: You go out to lunch with your friend and find that your waitress is a bit absentminded and is not in the best of mood as she takes your order and serves you. You tell your friend that this lady should not be a waitress and needs to find a new job because her attitude stinks. You pull into a gas station and there is only one free pump, but you cannot get to it because there is a person at the first pump. You think to yourself ” a jerk, I can’t believe they did not pull up to the second pump.”

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