What are the two types of attribution?
The two types of attribution in social psychology are internal and external attributions. Attributions are inferences that people make to better understand their experiences. Internal attributions are those relating to personal factors such as character traits. External attributions are those relating to outside factors.
In social psychology, attributions are inferences that people make about the causes of events and behavior. In this way, people make sense of their experiences and how they interact with one another.
Broadly speaking, there are two types of attribution, internal and external. In internal, or dispositional, attributions, people make the inference that an event or a person’s character can be explained by personal factors, such as character traits or natural abilities.
For instance, if my computer has suddenly stopped...
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