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  • adjective Of or pertaining to attribution

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Examples

  • Given this insight, efforts to curb aggression in children of all ages have moved to include what Larry Aber calls "attributional retraining"; that is, helping children step back when something happens to them and make sense of the situation.

    Ellen Galinsky: Reducing Conflict in Children: Lessons From Larry Aber

  • Given this insight, efforts to curb aggression in children of all ages have moved to include what Larry Aber calls "attributional retraining"; that is, helping children step back when something happens to them and make sense of the situation.

    Ellen Galinsky: Reducing Conflict in Children: Lessons From Larry Aber

  • Official and local media reactions constitute a classic case of what psychologists call "hostile attributional syndrome."

    Boing Boing

  • “Paranoia, persecutory delusions and attributional biases,”

    Delusion

  • In order to explain why the thought that a dear one has been replaced by an impostor is adopted as a plausible explanation of the abnormal event, these theories also postulate a deficit at the level of hypothesis evaluation, or the presence of exaggerated attributional or data-gathering biases, such as the tendency to ˜jump to conclusion™ on the basis of limited evidence (Garety and Freeman 1999).

    Delusion

  • Studies reliably show that they have a distinctive cognitive make-up—a hostile attributional bias, a kind of paranoia.

    Bullying

  • Inferential processes are attributional, controlled, and inferred from events and outcomes ordinarily associated with distant executive leaders Lord & Maher, 1991.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • Green and Mitchell 1979 formulated a model to study such attributional processes in leaders.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • Inferential processes are attributional, controlled, and inferred from events and outcomes ordinarily associated with distant executive leaders Lord & Maher, 1991.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • Green and Mitchell 1979 formulated a model to study such attributional processes in leaders.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

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