Self-Perception Theory

@article{Bem1972SelfPerceptionT,
  title={Self-Perception Theory},
  author={D. Bem},
  journal={Advances in Experimental Social Psychology},
  year={1972},
  volume={6},
  pages={1-62}
}
  • D. Bem
  • Published 1972
  • Psychology
  • Advances in Experimental Social Psychology
Publisher Summary Individuals come to “know” their own attitudes, emotions, and other internal states partially by inferring them from observations of their own overt behavior and/ or the circumstances in which this behavior occurs. Thus, to the extent that internal cues are weak, ambiguous, or uninterpretable, the individual is functionally in the same position as an outside observer, an observer who must necessarily rely upon those same external cues to infer the individual's inner states… Expand
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