Creeping dispositionism: the temporal dynamics of behavior prediction.

@article{Nussbaum2003CreepingDT,
  title={Creeping dispositionism: the temporal dynamics of behavior prediction.},
  author={Shiri Nussbaum and Yaacov Trope and Nira Liberman},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={2003},
  volume={84 3},
  pages={485-97}
}
Four studies tested the hypothesis that temporal distance increases the weight of global dispositions in predicting and explaining future behavior. Study 1 found that the correspondence bias was manifested more strongly in predictions of distant future behavior than of near future behavior. Study 2 found that participants predicted higher cross-situational consistency in distant future behavior than in near future behavior. Study 3 found that participants sought information about others' more… CONTINUE READING

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