Psychology- Actor-observer effect?

You go along with a crowd to watch “Return of the Killer Tomato That Devoured Cleveland.” As an example of the actor-observer effect, you are likely to believe that a. Everyone else in the crowd is almost exactly as interested (or uninterested) in the movie as you are b. The others are really interested in the... show more You go along with a crowd to watch “Return of the Killer Tomato That Devoured Cleveland.” As an example of the actor-observer effect, you are likely to believe that

a. Everyone else in the crowd is almost exactly as interested (or uninterested) in the movie as you are
b. The others are really interested in the movie, even though your main desire is just to be with the crowd
c. The others are less interested in the movie than you are
d. The people in the crowd will act much like the characters (including the monster) in the movie

I know that the actor-observer effect is the tendency to attribute internal causes more often for other people’s behavior & external attributions more often for one’s own behavior. Your an “actor” when u try to explain the causes of ur own behavior and an “observer” when u try to explain someone else’s behavior. We see other people as objects in our visual field & we tend to think that whatever we're watching is the cause of the action..

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