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Prosocial behavior occurs when people act to benefit others rather than themselves. Altruism, cooperation, and caregiving are a few examples of prosocial behavior. Prosocial behavior is a central part of morality. As social psychologist Daniel Batson notes, much of interpersonal morality involves “giving weight to the interests and desires of others in situations in which […]

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Moral relativism is the idea that there is no universal or absolute set of moral principles. It’s a version of morality that advocates “to each her own,” and those who follow it say, “Who am I to judge?” Moral relativism can be understood in several ways. Descriptive moral relativism, also known as cultural relativism, says […]

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Wikipedia sayings about fundamental attribution error

1.Dispositional attribution

circumstances. Attribution bias Attribution theory Fundamental attribution error Nature and nurture Stanford prison experiment "Internal Attribution." Education

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dispositional attribution

2.Interpersonal communication

overemphasize internal attributions and underestimate external attributions; this is known as the fundamental attribution error. Conversely, when an individual

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interpersonal communication