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Tonya is accustomed to listening to her teacher talk about psychological terms and theories that seem to contradict each other. With an upcoming vacation and an approaching exam to think about, Tonya is not focused on anything the teacher is saying. However, when Tonya hears about how people would slowly shock a stranger to death in the Milgram experiment, she raises her hand and tells her teacher that she would never do that.

What is likely going on inside Tonya's mind?


Representative​ bias.


Representative​ heuristic.


Fundamental attribution error.


Cocktail party phenomenon.


Just-world phenomenon.

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