As we were not able to find means for financial behavior, financial knowledge, and locus of control
of high school and university students in Canada from previous studies in order to decide the sample size needed for the current study, we were not able to make an a priori use of the power analysis.
An examination of the relationships among career decision-making self-efficacy, career salience, locus of control
, and vocational indecision.
Scores on each of the three dimensions of locus of control
(internality, externality-O and externality-L) is totalled, this ranges from 0 to 40 for each.
In Step 1, the main effect of locus of control
and each of the cultural values were controlled by entering them in the initial step of a series of five regressions.
Table 2 shows mean and standard deviation of locus of control
in 2 groups.
Locus of control
perceptions of women entrepreneurs correlated significantly with age of the entrepreneur (r = 0.
According to Gale Encyclopedia of Psychology, people with an internal locus of control
are inclined to take responsibility for their actions, are not easily influenced by the opinion of others, and tend to do better at tasks when they can work at their own pace.
This has led to a hypothesis regarding pro-activeness and locus of control
This exploratory study used two questionnaires to collect data: the Multidimensional Health Locus of Control
Scale and the AIDS Attitude Scale.
Nonetheless, nothing leads us to think that there would be a significant relationship between previous levels of exposure to unsafe environments and the three primary factors of conscientiousness, locus of control
and impulsivity that drove the recommendations on the predictor side.
Closely related to locus of control
, mind-set is the theory that some students reach their potential and others do not because of different personal beliefs about ability and intelligence.
Although our review of the sports marketing literature did not uncover investigations of locus of control
dimensions, such as self-controlling superstition affecting sport consumption, it is plausible to suggest that these factors play a significant role in sport-related exchanges (Mowen & Carlson, 2003).