Barbara Spellman

Blame, Cause, and Counterfactuals: The Inextricable Link

CO-AUTHORS Elizabeth Gilbert
PUBLISHER
Psychological Inquiry
DATE
2014
 

UVA Law Faculty Affiliations

Barbara A. Spellman

Abstract

In this response to Malle, Guglielmo, and Monroe's (2014) proposed theory of blame, we argue that blame judgments may be part of a dynamic, bi-directional, iterative process that depends on counterfactual thinking and causal reasoning.

Citation

Elizabeth Gilbert & Barbara A. Spellman, Blame, Cause, and Counterfactuals: The Inextricable Link, 25 Psychological Inquiry 245-250 (2014).
 

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