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attribution

An inference about the cause of a particular person’s behaviour(s) or of an observed action or event. Attribution can be explanatory, in which the viewer seeks a reason that a particular event occurred, or interpersonal, in which one explains the actions of oneself or others.
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The questionnaire administered was the Reasons for Misfortune Questionnaire (RMQ; Higgins, 1992), which was designed to measure unsupportive and supportive attributional styles.
Attributional bias among aggressive boys to interpret unambiguous social stimuli as displays of hostility.
An attributional theory of achievement motivation and emotion.
Based on the above, this study aimed to investigate the interrelationship between attachment, maltreatment and attributional styles in different age groups.
Benforado & Hanson, "Attributional Divide", supra note 11 at 382, 400-04; Hanson & Yosifon, "Situation", supra note 18 at 255-56.
The univariate results (Tables 3), in particular, indicated the attributional factors of team performance, the coaching staff, and fans were more influential internal attributes for NYG fans than NYJ fans.
Internally-locused Individuals tend to hold themselves responsible and capable of influencing their health status and mortality, while those with an external locus of control or impersonal attributional style believe that their health outcomes are governed by "powerful others, and chance" (Steptoe & Wardle, 2001, para.
Religious strategies application commonality with the application of psychological theories and research in psychology to link these themes together creates interesting results, among them attributional theory is remarkable.
genetic parenthood with attributional parenthood, in that society
On the sales tax side, attributional nexus legislation and audit positions fuel litigation across the nation more than 20 years after Quill, the U.S.
It is important in any case to think about the possibility that the presence of an SLD constitutes a risk factor for the development of a weak and insecure sense of self-efficacy (identified with the recording of a disadaptive attributional style) since it can influence different aspects of the pupil's life, scholastic or otherwise.
An individual's attributional style toward making career decisions can be measured with the AACDM (Luzzo & Jenkins-Smith, 1998).