Medical students and doctors develop clinical thinking. Including it just means that the whole situation is taken into account. That angina arose, for example, not "because" the microbe got into the throat, but because it got into certain conditions (the state of the immune system, which also depends on other elements of the situation: the level of stress, the quality of nutrition, etc.); - mental attitudes: I, like many, almost never catch a cold when it is unacceptable at work; - etc.)
Well, clinical thinking is simply systems thinking in medicine.
If you want to avoid the fundamental mistake of attribution, you just have to use systems thinking in psychology and social interactions.
This is a simple thing: he willy-nilly has to learn any person who controls system processes. Including any leader, for example; - just reality will force.
May all those who see this forgive me: it is easier to deal with the investigation. You know what an error looks like, so scan your perception for its presence and correct it as it appears. Touching the attribution itself is energy-consuming, unpredictable and in general somehow majors, it has not just evolved in this direction and, often, it is useful exactly as it is. Do not be embarrassed by the name "mistake" - it is convenient to make a mistake if you are aware of and can stop the delusion at any time, and develop inhuman principles of perception ... well, somehow fig knows, objectivity cannot be achieved, why pay more? / p>