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to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

an object associated with and serving to identify something else

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A single real-time dashboard gives users all the tools they need to achieve the biggest return on their marketing dollars, including campaign ROI, lifetime value, retention reports, attribution analytics, cohort analysis, retargeting attribution, TV ads measurement, OneLink smart deeplinking and more.
adjust is a mobile attribution and analytics company from Berlin with offices in San Francisco, Istanbul, Tokyo, and Shanghai.
Yet despite this, it is surprising that previous work does not include former officeholders in the response option set when asking about attributions.
Instead of transitions, the closest examples of research examining how partisan biases motivate responsibility attributions deal with other situations where responsibility may be ambiguous, such as across institutions (Rudolph 2003b), in competing policy domains (Sirin and Villalobos 2011), in cases of "divided federalism" (Atkeson and Maestas 2012; Brown 2010), or in disaster response (Atkeson and Maestas 2012; Maestas et al.
It has been found that highly identified fans demonstrate a success/failure attributional bias, similar to the team-serving bias, in that they form internal attributions following success (Madrigal & Chen, 2008; Wann & Dolan, 1994) and external attributions following defeat (Wann & Dolan, 1994; Wann & Schrader, 2000).
Ultimately, seven different types of attributions were included based on the work of Warm and Dolan (1994) and the pilot results: four internal (players, fans, front office management, & coaches) and three external (opponent performance, referees, & fate).
Objective: The aim of this study was to determine the relationship of somatic awareness and symptom attribution to treatment-seeking behaviors in ischemic stroke patients.
In other words, we ask if the attributions employees make regarding their performance determined their levels of job satisfaction and ultimately their intentions to quit or remain with their respective organizations.
It is rare in most Akkadian letters from Ugarit, but I have noticed that we have some double attribution in letters from Sidon to Ugarit.
This study also contributes to the literature on self-serving attributions by providing results produced in a different institutional setting, based on Aerts' (2005) suggestions that the explanation patterns displayed by companies from different countries are subject to cultural influences.
According to Janoff-Bulman (1979), internal attributions following sexual assault can take one of two forms: a behavioural form in which a woman blames her assault on some aspect of her behaviour; and, a characterological form in which a woman blames her assault on some enduring flaw in her personality or character.
ti] were found to be significant, students' educational expectations and achievement attributions served as predictors for explaining the variances.
1975) may help to resolve this contradiction, in that leaders may be more likely to make attributions for in-group members' performance that are similar to attributions that they would make for their own.
Students' calibration accuracy was computed and attributions for performance were collected for two exams in a graduate level Educational Psychology Research methods course.
What I experienced during this time was a fundamental attribution error, which is a problem I've heard about in the past but distinctly saw it manifest itself during the labor unrest.