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Bernard Weiner, Professor of Psychology, University of California This landmark volume simultaneously provides an integrative analysis of past attribution work, bridges it to important development research on the theory of mind, and offers a creative new conceptual analysis that promises to lead to fresh insights and discoveries in the all-important study of meaning construction and explanation. Kruglanski, Distinguished University Professor, University of Maryland If you've ever wondered why attribution theory and theory of mind, both concerned with explaining the causes of behavior, have had so little to say to each other, this is the book for you.
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A Bradford Book September 17, Language: Related Video Shorts 0 Upload your video. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. This is one of those books that forces the reader to think about something important in a fresh way.
The something important is the use of folk explanations of behavior. We constantly try to understand our own behavior and that of other people, using simple commonsense attributions. Many of these commonsense attributions have found their way into the self-help literature and have become the stuff of magazine articles and talk shows. Unfortunately, these commonsense attributions are often wrong.
Malle does something very interesting by describing explanations of behavior as both cogntive and social acts, and proceeds to show how this dual explanation provides a richness and texture that we have really missed in the past. The book is well written, and does something that I regard as essential, but which is so often missing from contemporary books: This volumes deserves to be recognized as a classic in social-sognitive psychology for it does three things that classic works do: In doing so, he shows how much we as scientists have to learn from the folk explanational conceptual framework that already exists--tho unsystematized until he came along.
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