unfavorableness


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Evidence concerning harmful events is scrutinized to determine its contribution to personal control, and spontaneously evaluated for its favorableness or unfavorableness.
As a consequence of Fiedler's interest in situational control, he investigated the effect of situationally induced stress on leaders and followers, one form of situational unfavorableness.
Since the absence of a permissive item in a contract may simply be a reflection of the overall unfavorableness of that contract to the union, we compared mandatory issues index scores across contracts that contained and did not contain clauses pertaining to permissive issues.