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Both of these views still grant authority to an agent's contingent stance, even if not her conative stance.
For all participants, their thoughtfulness about the learners' feelings (cognitive component) or their negative emotions triggered by OCF (affective component) guides the decision to use a certain type of OCF strategy or to avoid OCF altogether (conative component).
The analysis were performed in order to confirm that the dependent variables are influenced by the independent variable, and if the dimensions of justice are related to the affective and conative components of the retaliatory attitudes.
It is necessary to carry out later replications to include items more deeply related to the psychological properties of attitudes with emphasis on the conative intention in the face of this phenomenon.
Garcia Pacheco, 2013); as well as some specific verbs like (ge)seon and (ge)locian (Sosa Acevedo, 2007), and some constructions, including the resultative (Gonzalez Orta, 2006) and the conative (Sosa Acevedo, 2009).
I have witnessed a great deal of conative stress in this mode between firm owners who might be Preventative FF and their new planner who might be Initiating FF.
Agency, in this sense, was a process through which the conative strivings of the individual were strengthened through positive affective encounters with other extended things.
Ostrom (1969), attitudes are hypothetical constructions that consist of a cognitive component, a conative component (behaviour) and an affective component (feeling).
With these antecedents, the aim of this paper is to analyze how two key qualities of voice--gender and vocal pitch--affect the advertising effectiveness based on the hierarchy of effects model, which analyzes the impact of advertising in its cognitive, affective and conative stages.
It is focused by Back and Parks (2003) that customer satisfaction affect customer loyalty but with three mediators, these mediators may be determinants of loyalty including affective, cognitive and conative dimensions.
Affective and conative factors as aptitude resources in high school science achievement.Educational Assessment, 8, 123-137.
The multivariate approach defines four main components for creativity: a cognitive factor (e.g., intelligence or knowledge), a conative factor (e.g., personality or motivation), an emotional factor (the impact of emotional traits on creative potential), and an environmental factor (e.g., familial of school environments).