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Verbal Abuse and Internalizing Problems in Early Adolescence: Negative Attributional Style as Mediator
If we used an attributional or a consequential dynamic time framework, the level of carbon emission benefits of wood energy use and wood product carbon storage would have been lower but with higher uncertainty.
Attributional theory has gained a leading position in social psychology and then tune into the psychology of religion.
Attributional style and delusions: an investigation based on delusional content.
We measured communication certainty in intracultural and intercultural relationships using Gudykunst and Nishida's (1986) two factor Attributional Confidence instrument designed to take into consideration types of communication certainty/uncertainty related to both high and low-context cultures.
Smarter Versus Harder: An Exploratory Attributional Analysis of Salespeople's Motivation.
Closely related to attributional style is another social cognitive component of career decision making--namely, CDSE--which refers to how confident an individual is that he or she can perform various career-related tasks (Betz & Taylor, 2005).
Personal beliefs or perceptions of motivation include self-efficacy, autonomy, and attributional beliefs.
Consumer Reactions to Product Failure: An Attributional Approach," Journal of Consumer Research, (10:4), 1984, pp.
In this study it was assumed that communicating participants' perceptions of the target would be influenced by the attributional bias, by the kind of identity cues and by how distracted they were during the interactions.
Research also shows that attributional statements--statements about the cause of performance outcomes--made by teachers play a very significant role in student motivation and achievement-related beliefs (Weiner, 1986; Weiner, Graham, Stern, & Lawson, 1982; Graham, 1990, 1991).
Social motivation, justice, and the moral emotions; an attributional approach.
Consistent with this earlier research, we believe that both attributional processes and concerns about dangerousness motivate support for legal coercion, particularly when mandated treatment is viewed more as a method of social control than a means to deliver help.
Another example of the disregarding of context in clinical work is embodied by the widespread application of techniques or strategies merely because they are thought to be appropriate to the particular problem and without proper consideration of the specific attributional context in which they are to be applied.