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Effects of Time on Casual Attributions.
PURDUE UNIV LAFAYETTE IND
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Although the psychology of attribution typically applies to person perception, the area has been somewhat expanded. Previous research by Streufert and Streufert 1969 has considered the effects of success and failure induction on attributions of causality by task oriented decision making dyads in an experimental militaryeconomic simulation. The results reported could have been due in part to the effects of time which covaried with increasing success and failure. This research was designed to measure the effects of time alone. Modified author abstract
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