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wjec attribution theory writing frame

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A short document designed to help classes frame a logical answer to the WJEC PY1 question on attribution

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attributions and self esteem PP

Sample essay on Self Serving bias

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Here is an essay that i wrote up whilst researching SSB for my I students. If it is handy, good. :O)

The Ability To Judge People

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What are the factors related to the ability to judge accurately such behavioral characteristics as the abilities,traits, action tendencies, motives,and emotions of other people? Do some people consistently demonstrate good ability to judge others accurately and, if so, what are the correlates of such ability?These are some of questions which this comprehensive publication addresses. This is a must read for anybody interested in psychology and is highly recommended to psychology students

IB SCLOA Situational and dispositional factors

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Here is a powerpoint version of a smartshow I have uploaded before; I know not everyone can use these so created a powerpoint as well and then forgot to upload!

IB Socio-Cultural: McArthur (1972) - Situational and dispositional attributions

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This classroom activity provides students with a series of scenarios with information relating to consensus, distinctiveness and consistency and they have to make situational or dispositional attribution according to Kelley's covariation model. Please bear in mind , I have not taught this topic before and am trialling new activities for the frist time, Please let me know if you think they are okay or need modifying!! :O) The activity was based on McArthur (1972): Pps were given 16 behavioural

IB Socio Cultural LOA Activity on Attribution

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This smartboard show is handy -  it has bits you can rub out to reveal whether each image is a situational or dispositional attribution. Then there are some other bits and bobs to play with.

IB Socio-Cultural Level of Analysis: Attribution Theory

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A handout that I have put together. I have never taught this before so I hope it's okay! Feel free to modify add ideas whatever. :O)

A2 edexcel attributional bias ewt

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handout of text for ppoint of same title .will stand alone.

PSYB2 - SOCIAL COGNITION - Attributional bias investigation

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Handout for practical with "How Science Works" questions.

AQA A (New Specification) Handout on Attributional Style

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A Microsoft Word document on Attributional style - explains how if you have a positive attributional style you are more likely to display independent behaviour.

AQA A (New Specification) Handout on Locus of Control

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A Microsoft Word handout explaing Rotter's locus of control. Has research into how we are all becoming more external.

Relationships

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Applying theory of relationships to big brother scenario

attribution bais powerpoint

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A powerpoint on attribiutional baises that I use for edexcel criminal psychology

Heider and Simmel (1944) Attribution of intention to geometrical figures

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Some lovely person has uploaded the original clip used by Heider and Simmel (1944) in their study about how people attribute intentions to two triangles and a circle which buzz around the screen chasing each other and the like. I thought I'd save you the bother of searching for it and upload it here! xx