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Social Psychology

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And according to social psychologists the Attribution Theory explains our own behaviors and the behaviors of others by assigning attributes to these behaviors” (AllPsych & Heffner Media Group, Inc., 2011, p. The Fundamental Attribution Error explains “an overestimation of the internal (dispositional) and underestimation of the external (situational) factors when explaining behaviors of others” (p. As social and psychological researchers, Melucci (2010) and Kelley (1967) one of the founders of ‘Attribution Theory’ have explained, “…often dispositional (internal) attributes are used rather than situational (external) attributions in explaining the behaviors of others…there is downplaying the power of the situation to influence action” (Melucci, 2010, p. 281 & Kelley, 1967). Psychologically speaking, a literary adage further clarifies the concept, “…if your friend jumped from a cliff, would you?” Consideration and contemplative thought are required concerning the friend dispositional attributions.Social psychology and concepts of cultural norms, beliefs, and perspectives not only delve into the analysis of what individuals and groups have in common, but also the diverse interpretations that speak of the ‘quality of difference’. What environmental factors produce or induce isolation of an individual or small group? The dialectic perspectives of many individuals and groups of society are what design the mosaic of diverse ‘voices’ – those addressing issues of non-social psychology. The concept of the psychoecology of society touches upon “non-social psychology” and what it means to be an independently thinking being amongst the mosaic. Think and cognitively reflect on the concept of ‘non-social psychology’ and the composition of an orchestra or instrumental symphony. Each individual musician and his/her instrument is a musical ethos, in and of itself, a piece of the entire orchestra – and important link in the chain of symphonic design. When an individual chooses the concept of ‘isolation’ – a seemingly ‘wrong’ answer in Social Psychology’, it may often be due to analytical reasoning. Taking ‘time-outs’ to cognitive reflect and critically think about ‘self’ and decision-making concerning affective socialization does make common sense. It does make common sense to take a moment away from the chaotic, hustle and bustle of emerging and everyday existence to
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