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Synonyms for attitude

the way in which one is placed or arranged

the way in which a person holds or carries his or her body

a frame of mind affecting one's thoughts or behavior

a general cast of mind with regard to something

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a theatrical pose created for effect

position of aircraft or spacecraft relative to a frame of reference (the horizon or direction of motion)

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The experimental group students exhibited higher attitudinal levels towards both "teaching and learning" and "satisfaction" on concluding their participation in the "Introduction to Statistics" course than they exhibited when the course began.
This study adopts the SFL perspective on gesture and proposes a model for understanding attitudinal meaning potential of gesture, the kind of meaning that is dominant in literary texts allowing authors to depict a character's personality, describe their interior worlds and manipulate the viewer's empathy and/or discernment towards the character (Macken-Horarik, 2003).
Eating disorder symptoms among normative populations such as college students are typically assessed with self-report measures that include items related to both behavioral and attitudinal symptoms.
While some e-business initiatives, the company has helped to support direct interaction with suppliers and customers, key business processes to reduce intermediation [2 and 3] Based on the description provided above are deciding on the choice of distribution channel and one of the most important decisions of managers is to sell their products, and also the creation of customer satisfaction and loyalty is more important than the choice of channel in this study, we seek to influence the impact of electronic distribution channels and attitudinal and behavioral loyalty of customers in the company of living nature (Extracts) measure.
The Governor, while lauding Yanthan for writing the book, "A Walk to Emmaus - A Journey of Attitudinal Change," wished more new books to come in future not only by the author but also other local authors.
Attitudinal loyalty is where a customer will go out of their way to actively seek a specific store, company or brand with which they wish to do business.
The questionnaire was a mix of 12 attitudinal questions on risk and behaviour and 9 knowledge-based questions about injury and risk.
For several years now Canadian scholars have been wondering if the new mandate of the Supreme Court to protect Charter rights and freedoms has initiated a greater attitudinal (i.
released a study saying Americans are affected by a mix of demographic and attitudinal drivers in making the own-rent decision.
It utilizes attitudinal survey data to analyze and support research requests that focus on perceptions and related demographic information in Afghanistan to support the HTS RRC research efforts.
The results showed that the e-books had positive effects on the students' attitudinal changes in all dimensions of reading attitudes, namely, utility, development, enjoyment and escape, as well as in all the cognitive, affective and conative components.
Granted, most process shifts in how a board structures itself and acts are driven by some degree of attitudinal shift.
Men working differently is what's going to bring about attitudinal change in workplaces.
Apart from the dodgy spelling, Kia's new two-door Forte Koup looks pleasingly European, with an aggressively attitudinal front, tasty rear end and choice of 2.
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