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Synonyms for attribute

Synonyms for attribute

to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

an object associated with and serving to identify something else

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Autonomy also mediated the relation between attribution style and happiness, which indicates that positive attributions without a sense of control also do not lead to happiness.
The link between attributions and happiness in close relationships: The roles of depression and explanatory style.
Considering the mentioned theoretical basis and the dependence of self- regulated learning on attribution, the present research has been undergone to answer this important question that can the teaching of self-regulated learning have an influence on the modification of attributions.
This reduction of pessimistic styles is in agreement with Zimmerman's view (2000) that the learner embarked on interpreting and reforming negative attributions while in the self-judgment stage of learning self-regulation (Nokelainen, et al, 2007).
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.
Past studies have looked at the role of attributions in job satisfaction (McCormick, 1997, Norris and Niebuhr, 1984).
Ho, Salili, Biggs, and Hau (1999) studied attributions of Chinese students studying in Hong Kong.
The first objective was to study the perceptions of secondary school students regarding attributions of their success and failures.
The Self-Esteem Model (Van Laar, 2000) predicts that African American students who show initial low academic performance in college might internalize negative stereotypes and use 'Ability' attributions for the low performance (i.
By incorporating attribution models and predictive analytics for planning through our MarketShare DecisionCloud, Standard Life will be able to see how much value each pound it spends delivers back to the company and use that to make effective marketing decisions.
Consumers' attributions and emotional responses to negative expectancy disconfirmation: Anger and regret.
Despite the fact that this claim was unsuccessful, the confirmation of the duty of care in Thwaytes does show that in theory at least, the courts are prepared to find an attribution negligent where an auction house does not meet this standard of care when making such attribution; thus there is some advancement from the position in earlier cases such as Leaf, Harlingdon and Luxmoore-May where judges appeared to show reluctance to subject attributions to an objective duty of care at all.
Furthermore, by broadening the scope of the analysis to include attributions for the economy and the Iraq War, this study joins Sirin and Villalobos (2011) as the only research, to my knowledge, that directly examines how individuals form responsibility attributions for a foreign affairs issue.
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).
It contains 13 common somatic symptoms, each with a set of three possible attributions or explanations: (1) emotional distress, (2) physical illness, and (3) normal environmental causes.