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the act of attributing

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assigning some quality or character to a person or thing

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Attributional analysis of achievement-related behavior.
2015) replicated the previously described findings and extended the study to determine how impression formation varied as a function of the evaluators' attributional style (i.
Positive life events, attributional style, and hopefulness: Testing a model of recovery from depression.
A meta-analytic review of help giving and aggression from an attributional perspective: Contributions to a general theory of motivation.
Attributional difficulties were also manifested when parents tried to account for nature vs.
From this perspective, regarding attributional styles, Locus (place in Latin) of control is the expectation of the individual regarding how much his/her life is controlled by internal forces (personal effort, skill, etc.
En la Fase I se emplearon cuatro instrumentos: un cuestionario de datos sociodemograficos; Escala de motivacion escolar de Nunez (2006) para medir la motivacion de logro escolar; Escala de autoeficacia academica, fundamentado en el College academic self-efficacy de Owen y Froman (1988), para medir la autoeficacia academica, y Cuestionario de estilo atribucional academico, fundamentado en el Academic attributional style, de Peterson y Barret (1987), para el estilo atribucional academico.
A person's attributional style is the way they explain to themselves why they experience a particular life event).
11) Adam Benforado & Jon Hanson, "The Great Attributional Divide: How Divergent Views of Human Behavior are Shaping Legal Policy" (2008) 57:2 Emory LJ 311 at 314 [Benforado & Hanson, "Attributional Divide"].
The contributors to the exhibition and catalogue remain flexible in this regard as they unfold the complex attributional factors in the case of, for example, the sheet from Vasari's Libro de' Disegni, whose status as the single surviving drawing by Donatello has often been disputed.
The purpose of the current study was to investigate the moderating impact of team identification on the attributional bias of two groups of sport team fans that experienced opposite seasonal outcomes (success/ failure).
Keywords: college, attributional style, substance use, health risk behaviors, HIV, STIs
A theory has been considered over the past two decades is attributional style or the way people explaining everyday events, especially in stressful situations that could have an important role in mental health [32].
There is a theory that certain individuals may have a cognitive vulnerability to depression and anxiety based on their attributional style, or way of explaining the causes of events," explains Joel Pava, PhD, Director of Psychotherapy Service at MGH's Depression Clinical and Research Program.
genetic parenthood with attributional parenthood, in that society