Bias number 40 is known as the defensive attribution hypothesis. This is a social psychological bias that leads people to attribute reasons and justifications for the occurrence of an unfortunate or unwanted situation to minimise the chances of it happening again.
Usually found in an observer of a mishap rather than the experiencer of a mishap, the observer tends to apportion blame for an incident towards the person or group of people most dissimilar to the observer. Psychologist see this as a strategy to mitigate against being a victim of a similar situation.
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