What is the fundamental attribution error (FAE)? Describe a time when you committed the FAE? Don’t give an example discussed in the textbook. What happened? What were the consequences of your mistake? How does the FAE relate to personality judgment? Use Ch. 4 on “Personality Traits, Situations, and Behavior,” especially the section on “Persons and Situations,” to answer this question. For full points, you must include at least three references to material discussed in the textbook (see below for instructions on how to reference properly). Formatting Instructions The paper should be 1-2 typed double-spaced pages in length, with one inch margins on all sides. Use 12-point Times New Roman font, and include only your name, date, class, class day and time, and “Reflection Paper 1” in the header at the top of the first page. Don’t include a title page or a bibliography with your paper. Points will be taken off for papers that are more than or less than 1-2 pages. Papers will be graded on quantity (i.e., how much you write) and quality (i.e., how well formed and thought out your answers are). The paper shouldn’t include grammatical mistakes or spelling errors; proof-read it many times before you turn it in! When proof-reading your paper read it to yourself aloud and makes changes when it doesn’t sound right. You may not use quotations in your paper; paraphrase! In other words, you will lose points if you include the exact words of another person, even if you put them in quotation marks and include a proper reference. Of course, you must include citations when you reference someone else’s ideas. For this paper, you should only reference the textbook. When referring to the textbook just include a specific page number in parentheses at the end of the sentence; for example, (p. 46). Don’t refer to a range of pages (for example, p. 45-49) The textbook isThe Personality Puzzle by David C Funder, 6th edition.