Nadiya, your classmate, is struggling to keep up with class. last week, she told you that she even thought about cheating on a test. if the professor catches nadiya, the professor is likely to believe that nadiya is cheating due to an internal cause, such as her dishonesty the professor's perception is being influenced by the


self-serving bias


Self-serving bias is the concept of social psychology that describes the tendency of humans to give oneself credit for the positive things and blame external factors for the negative things. For example, a singer gives himself credit for the success of a song but blames the composers for the failure of it, As per the question Kumi's perception has reflected self-serving bias.



Nadiya, your classmate, is struggling to keep up with class. Last week, she told you that she even thought about cheating on a test. If you and Nadiya are good friends, and alike in many ways, you are likely to believe that Nadiya would consider cheating because of an external cause, such as the exam being too difficult. Your perception is being influenced by the defensive bias.

internal; her dishonesty; fundamental attribution error      


Fundamental attribution error: In psychology, the term fundamental attribution error is defined as an individual's propensity of overemphasizing the personal characteristics of another person whereas ignoring the situational factors while judging his or her behavior.

Example: If an individual experiences something bad due to another person then he or she would blame the personality or the behavior of that person rather than the situational factors.

In the question above, the given statement signifies the fundamental attribution error.

I'd say fear and if they see say the woun that also makes it feel worse


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Fundamental attribution error


This happens when an individual explains a persons action according to internal factors such as the character and will power the person and underdress the impact external factors have on the individual.

In the example above the professor believes because Nadiya is struggling with attending classes means when she’s caught it will be certainly for cheating. This is an error as it may be due to other factors.

Body Image


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Body Image


Body image is widely influenced by media whether it be social media or even the news which makes it the best answer.

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body image


In modern societies there is a growing concern with the body, with the diet and excessive consumption of cosmetics, basically driven by the massification process of the media from the 1980s, where the body gains more space, especially in the media. In this context, the media dictated what is beautiful and desirable about the body and significantly influenced people's body image of themselves.

In a nutshell, the media dictates body-related beauty standards by influencing people to follow that kind of pattern.

fundamental attribution error.


This theory in sociology also called the attribution effect states that people tend to over-attribute behavior of others to internal causes or traits.

The Professor makes this "fundamental attribution error" by failing to consider Nadiya's situation; meaning the situational information was insufficiently taken into account before reaching a conclusion (Probably Nadiya is under emotional distresse maybe she's grieving the death of her Farther).

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