PART I: THE PENETRATION OF ACTION INFERENTIAL GOALS.
Interaction Goals as Bases of Inference in Interpersonal Perception.
Role Playing Variations and their Informational Value for Person Perception.
From Acts to Dispositions: The Attribution Process in Person Perception.
Update of "From Acts From Dispositions: The Attribution Process in Person Perception".
Correspondent Inferences and the Attribution Cube: A Comparative Reappraisal.
Afterword: An Avuncular View.
The Social in Cognition.
PART II: INFERENTIAL ANOMALIES CORRESPONDENCE BIAS.
The Attribution of Attribution of Attitudes.
The Rocky Road From Acts to Dispositions.
PART III: THE ACTOR-OBSERVER EFFECT.
The Actor and the Observer: Divergent Perceptions of the Causes of Behavior.
How Do People Perceive the Causes of Bahavior?
Order Effects in Impression Formation: Attribution Context and the Nature of the Entity.
The Perception of Variability Within In-Groups and Out-Groups: Implications for the Law of Small Numbers.
Polarized Appraisals of Out-Group Members.
Ingratiation: An Attributional Approach.
Toward a General Theory of Self-Presentation.
Drug Choice: A Self-Handicapping Strategy in Response to Noncontingent Success.
Control of Attributions About the Self Through Self-Handicapping Strategies: The Appeal of Alcohol and the Role of Underachievement.
The Framing of Competence.