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Success and failure in junior high school: a critical incident approach to understanding students' attributional beliefs.
Because impression formation is a crucial aspect in social interactions, building friendships, gaining approval from one's peers, and job interviews, Goodmon and colleagues' (2015) results suggest that one might benefit from knowing how the evaluator's attributional style relates to impression formation.
Positive attributional style, life events and their effect on children's mood: Prospective study.
An attributional analysis of judgments of help giving in an achievement-related context.
The parents' narratives clearly revealed Attributional difficulties in accounting for idiosyncratic traits and the discrete influence of gender, age and birth order.
An important variable that has not been properly taken into account in the literature regarding the relationship between locus of control and maltreatment, and between the latter and attachment, is the impact on these associations and intersections that can result from being exposed to violence and neglect by the parents for longer or shorter periods; that is, it has never been investigated to what extent the experiences of maltreatment suffered over time can be configured as a cumulative trauma which can affect the attachment working models, the attributional processes and their intersection.
Attributional style, self-efficay and stress as predictor of academic satisfaction in college students.
The study found that a pessimistic attributional style partly mediates the relationship between verbal abuse and the development of internalizing problems.
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).
Internally-locused Individuals tend to hold themselves responsible and capable of influencing their health status and mortality, while those with an external locus of control or impersonal attributional style believe that their health outcomes are governed by "powerful others, and chance" (Steptoe & Wardle, 2001, para.
Religious strategies application commonality with the application of psychological theories and research in psychology to link these themes together creates interesting results, among them attributional theory is remarkable.
harm of unwanted attributional parenthood is significant and can justify