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When we "perceive" others, we do so not as disinterested scientists, but as perceivers of our own selves. When we interact with others, we do so with some image of their personality, and we guide our interactions in light of that image. What determines a naive observer's casual inferences for personality and behaviour? The work of Ned Jones, a distinguished social scientist, answered that question and began a new era in attribution theory that has expanded exponentially to the present day. Interaction goals, correspondence bias, self-presentation, and self-concept are all part of modern attribution theory, which has been at the forefront of social psychology for nearly 40 years. In this volume, eminent scholars analyze and build on Jones' major research themes and, in so doing, explain the legacy of a man whose original thinking will shape the field for years to come.
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