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ERIC Number: EJ168298
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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Perceived Intention and Behavioral Incongruity
Whiteman, Martin; And Others
Child Development, 48, 3, 1133-1136, Sep 77
Tested the hypothesis that older children tend to use motivational attributions in their resolutions of situations in which behavior is incongruent with an actor's more stable attitudes, those relating to his disposition, role, or self interest. (Author/SB)
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