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Hi Dr. Stalder,
I discussed Ross and Nisbett's fundamental attribution error, which I see you cover extensively in your book, in part I of this series of posts. It's amazing how many academics in clinical psychology and psychiatry seem so unaware of this issue. Keep up the good work!
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