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a person's customary manner of emotional response

the combination of emotional, intellectual, and moral qualities that distinguishes an individual

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To our knowledge, no researchers have investigated the negative effects of mental health problems on dispositional self-determination among college students.
For these authors, LOT-R would cover two different constructs, one corresponding to dispositional optimism, comprising all the items, and another one referring to the style of the answer, which would reflect individual differences regarding self-evaluation, and that would be sensitive to the liability of a social desirability, comprehending only the positive items.
Considering the evidence outlined, while we posit that resilient behaviours can be fostered directly through enabling leadership behaviours, it is also plausible that the extent to and manner in which leader behaviours influence employee resilience is affected by dispositional factors.
Understanding the dispositional landscape of school environments is a complex process because the landscapes include extra role expectations that are not explicitly written.
When the negative consequences of SPA are examined with positive implications for dispositional flow, it is important to identify the motivational mechanisms associated with physical activity which can promote or reduce health-related behaviors such as exercise.
In sum, the overall purpose of this study is to examine psychological characteristics of exercisers (behavioral regulations, dispositional flow, and social physique anxiety) in terms of body mass index.
Dispositional affect refers to an individual's tendency to respond to situations with a positive or negative emotional approach (Watson & Clark, 1984).
The model of a dispositional ethics developed here at once forms part of and response to recent scholarship in critical theory that is grappling with the ethical hangover of a post-moral world.
Keywords: dispositional forgiveness, mental and physical health
Both models argue that entrepreneurial intention is highly influenced by one's own perceptions, therefore marginalizing the roles of dispositional factors.
Liking more means doing more: Dispositional attitudes predict patterns of general action," said Justin Hepler, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
In this task, subjects were asked to decide whether one fish swimming ahead of a school of fish is leading the group (an individual/ dispositional inference) or being chased by the group (a group/situational inference).
Assuming that our disposition motivates behavior, Justin Hepler, Department of Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; and Dolores Albarracin, Annenberg School for Communication and Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania, suggested that people who like many things (those with positive dispositional attitudes) also do many things during the course of a week, while people who dislike many things (those with low dispositional attitudes) do very few things with their time.
Support for the safe haven function stemmed from significant specific indirect effects between spiritual instability and dispositional humility through lowered differentiation of self, through increased insecure God attachment, and through both increased insecure attachment and lowered differentiation of self .