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The correspondence bias is the tendency to draw inferences about a person's unique and enduring dispositions from behaviors that can be entirely explained by the situations in which they occur.
 
The correspondence bias is the tendency to draw inferences about a person's unique and enduring dispositions from behaviors that can be entirely explained by the situations in which they occur.
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*[http://www.overcomingbias.com/2007/06/correspondence-.html Correspondence Bias] by [[Eliezer Yudkowsky]]
 
*[http://www.overcomingbias.com/2007/06/correspondence-.html Correspondence Bias] by [[Eliezer Yudkowsky]]
 
*[http://www.overcomingbias.com/2007/06/are-your-enemie.html Are Your Enemies Innately Evil?] by [[Eliezer Yudkowsky]]
 
*[http://www.overcomingbias.com/2007/06/are-your-enemie.html Are Your Enemies Innately Evil?] by [[Eliezer Yudkowsky]]
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| author      = Gilbert, Daniel T.; Malone, Patrick S.
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| year        = 1995
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| month      = January
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| title      = The correspondence bias
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| journal    = Psychological Bulletin
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| volume      = 117
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| issue      = 1
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| pages      = 21-38
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| url        = http://www.wjh.harvard.edu/~dtg/Gilbert%20&%20Malone%20(CORRESPONDENCE%20BIAS).pdf
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| format      = PDF
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The correspondence bias is the tendency to draw inferences about a person's unique and enduring dispositions from behaviors that can be entirely explained by the situations in which they occur.

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References

Overcoming Bias Articles
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