Fundamental attribution error happens when a person believes that others’ behavior reflects who they are when in reality people’s actions are impacted by many factors.
A self-fulfilling prophecy is an expectation that the person believes to be true, which in end helps them to fulfill it.
Cognitive dissonance is a situation where a person experiences discomfort because of two conflicting ideas, beliefs, or attitudes.
Deindividuation is a process when people lose their individuality in a crowd and can behave in impulsive or violent ways because they believe that their identity cannot be identified.
Conformity is people’s tendency to change their own beliefs, ideas, and attitudes in order to avoid pressure and fit in with groups.
The bystander intervention effect occurs when a person does not intervene in an emergency or crime because they believe that other people who are present at the same place can do it.