misattribution


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misattribution

(mis″a-trĭ-bū′shŏn)
A false, incorrect, or mistaken attribution, assignment, or ascription.
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Many of the analyzed articles evaluated the validity of the methods of IAC assessment and found that: the IAT, the Extrinsic Affective Simon Task (EAST; De Houwer, 2003), the Affect Misattribution Procedure (AMP; Payne, Cheng, Govorun & Stewart, 2005), the Affective Priming Paradigm (APP; Fazio et al.
Mood, Misattribution, and Judgments of WellBeing: Informative and Directive Functions of Affective States.
Source Misattributions and the Suggestibility of Eyewitness Memory.
allows for a sig- nificant amount of misattribution and can often conclude with no cor- relation to actual sales.
In addition to the visual formation and style of Botticini, Sliwka also addresses from a historical perspective the misattribution of the panel to Sandro Botticelli.
Because of this, reports of drugs taken might be inaccurate, leading to misattribution of certain clinical signs and symptoms to synthetic cannabinoids.
Modern research on disparaging humour is based on one of the three major theories: the disposition theory proposed by Zillmann and Cantor (1976); the misattribution theory proposed by Zillmann and Bryant (1980); and the prejudiced norm theory by Ford and Ferguson (1994).
Mood, misattribution, and judgments of well-being: Informative and directive functions of affective states.
Therefore, background mood (feelings) and mood misattribution can affect the evaluation of a risky decision (Johnson & Tversky, 1983; Nofsinger, 2005).
Perhaps more debatable is copyright misattribution in a few instances (see Figure 11.
They attempted to create more accurate estimates by accounting for factors contributing to the under-reporting of HIV/AIDS deaths including the under-registration of deaths in general and misattribution of AIDS deaths to other causes.