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Dweck's (1986, 1988, 1999) work on attributions for both success and failure suggests a link between attribution style and SWB.
Virtue attributions of the right sort are permissible even in the absence of sufficient evidence.
Several models have been developed from this idea, which attempt to explain the process by which these attributions are made both in the case of self attribution (e.
Keywords: Attributions, beliefs, internal, external, effort, Punjab, Pakistan
Weiner (1985) classified attributions on dimensions of locus of causality (internal or within a person vs.
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Self-esteem and causal attributions for job satisfaction and dissatisfaction.
It is important to view Thwaytes in the context of this line of consignor and buyer cases to see how, if at all, it advances our understanding of the standard of care owed by auction houses to consignors and buyers when making fine art attributions.
Since people often vote based on whether or not they see a politician responsible for national conditions, it is vital for political scientists to develop a deeper understanding of how citizens make responsibility attributions in various contexts.
The explanations that people assign to outcomes are termed attributions, and these attributions can influence emotions, decisions, expectations, and behaviors (Allen, Coffee, & Greenlees, 2012).
Attributions concerning the cause of common somatic symptoms may influence later help seeking and illness presentation (Bower, West, Tylee, & Hann, 2000).