3 edition of Perspectives on attribution research and theory found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Dietmar Görlitz ; [translation from the German and technical editing by David Antal] ; with contributions by Martin Dobrick ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Görlitz, Dietmar, 1937-, Antal, David., Universität Bielefeld. Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Forschung.|
|LC Classifications||HM251 .P4259|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 270 p. :|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||80023629|
(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Attribution concerns the scientific study of naive theories and common-sense explanations. This text provides a thorough and up-to-date introduction to the field combining comprehensive coverage of the fundamental theoretical ideas and most significant research with an overview of more recent developments. These findings provide the research evidence on which the information model was built and on which the book is based. The chapter starts with a brief methodological approach to the research process, and subsequently presents the findings with a focus on the following categories: information sources, needs, constraints and moderators, as well as.
Her research interests include archival research methods and social justice in composition/rhetoric. Publication Information: Roeder, Tara, & Gatto, Roseanne (Eds.). (). Critical Expressivism: Theory and Practice in the Composition Classroom. Perspectives on Writing. Attribution is a theory used in psychology to explain how people attribute and explain the causes for behaviors and outcomes. The study of attribution does not concern itself with the actual causes of behaviors, but rather with the perceptions that people have regarding the causes of those behaviors.
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Get this from a library. Perspectives on attribution research and theory: the Bielefeld symposium. [Dietmar Görlitz; David Antal; Universität Bielefeld. Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Forschung.;]. Abstract. While this book is about perspectives on attribtion theory and research and while we at times will refer to “attribution theory,” we would like to point out that there is no monolithic theory Cited by: 2.
The text provides an integrated explanation of the role and function of attribution theory in the organization. This important new book contains original empirical research relating attributions to leader evaluations, reactions to information technologies, management of diverse work groups, achievement, and executive succession and power.
Attribution theory articulates how this process occurs and provides a basis for understanding that translates into practical action. Attribution Theory: An Organizational Perspective serves as a primary sourcebook of attribution theory as it relates to management and organizational behavior.
Attribution work having implications for psychotherapy practice and theory is reviewed. The review focuses on: (1) the relatively extensive literature on misattribution research; (2) misattribution-like approaches; (3) attribution and behavior change; (4) the quickly expanding literature on depression and learned helplessness from an attributional perspective, including attribution retraining.
Attribution Theory: Selected full-text books and articles Motivation: Theory and Research By Harold F. O'Neil Jr.; Michael Drillings Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Librarian's tip: Chap. 3 "Classroom Motivation from an Attributional Perspective" and "Attribution Theory" begins on p.
Reflections on the History of Attribution Theory and Research: People, Personalities, Publications, Problems Article (PDF Available) in Social Psychology 39(3) September with 5, Finally, applied work has generated ideas that are not found in the writing on attribution theory and has also led to slightly different perspectives on some existing attribution ideas” (Hew stone M.
et al., ; p. The application of the attribution theory in two main points, motivation and clinical psychology, will be discussed. Attribution concerns the scientific study of naive theories and common-sense explanations. This text provides a thorough and up-to-date introduction to the field, combining comprehensive coverage of the fundamental theoretical ideas and most significant research with an overview of more recent developments.
The author begins with a broad overview of the central questions and basic. It covers the essential historical personality theorists as well as the essential current research on personality theory, and addresses some of the hot topics in personality.
Inclusion of Buddhism, religious perspectives, African perspectives, and a specific chapter on the psychology of women are a rare find in personality books, and I think. of results for Books: "attribution theory" Skip to main search results Attribution Theory in the Organizational Sciences: Theoretical and Empirical Contributions (Hc) (Advances in Attribution Theory) A Critical Analysis of Meaning Attribution (Routledge Advances in Research Methods Book 20) by John Paley.
out of 5 stars 2. Attribution theory, which explains the perceived causality of social behaviour in terms of cognitive rules or implications, falls under the general theory of social cognition (Sirgy, ; Lennon & Davis, ). As in other cognitive approaches, the central focus of attribution research lies in the investigation of thoughts or cognitions.
ATTRIBUTION THEORY Before describing the basic tenets of attribution theory, it is useful to under-stand exactly what is meant by the term attribution. An attribution is a causal explanation for an event or behavior.
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Humans are motivated to assign causes to their actions and behaviors. In social psychology, attribution is the process by which individuals explain the causes of behavior and events.
Models to explain this process are called attribution theory. Psychological research into attribution began with the work of Fritz Heider in the early 20th century, and the theory was further advanced by Harold. Attribution theory has proved to be a useful conceptual framework for the study of motivation in educational contexts.
This article reviews a number of the major principles of attribution theory as they relate to achievement strivings. Among the topics considered are the antecedents to particular selfascriptions, the consequences of causal attributions for emotional reactions to success and.
Well-known attribution theories include the correspondent inference theory, Kelley's covariation model, and Weiner's three-dimensional model. Attribution theories typically focus on the process of determining whether a behavior is situationally-caused (caused by external factors) or dispositionally-caused (caused by internal characteristics).
Evaluation of Two Theories of Attribution One attribution theory is the correspondent inference theory by Jones and Davis (). This theory was developed on Heider’s idea that the observer has a general tendency to make an internal attribution.
This is because it is easier to say that the cause. development of a number of additional frameworks such as the Attribution Theory, Importance-Performance model, and the Equity Theory for the study of consumer satisfaction.
Introduction We attach and assume meanings to others behavior in our day to day life, and the theory developed by Fritz Heider based on this attribution is called Attribution Theory.
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