Attribution Theory: Phenomenology of science?, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin
Attribution theory sometimes confuses phenomenological understanding with scientific theory. Kruglanski's (1977) comments on the endogenous-exogenous distinction are analyzed as an important case of such confusion. Phenomenology is rejected as a substitute for scientific attribution theorizing.
Calder, Bobby. 1977. Attribution Theory: Phenomenology of science?. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 3(4): 612-616.