External locus of control
is expected to be associated negatively with financial knowledge and behavior, while internal locus of control
is expected to have the opposite (positive) association.
Generalised expectancies for internal versus external locus of control
4]: Doctors having external locus of control
(Chance) exhibit higher levels of stress.
The significant relationships found in Table l show the expected relationship between job performance (PER) and Locus of Control
(LOC) at a high significance level (p < 0.
Questionnaire surveys are utilized here as the research tool and identifying Rater's locus of control
as well as urine test.
Locus of Control
(LOCP): Locus of Control
scale by Rao (1985), consisting of 20 paired statements (inventory) has been selected and revised according to the nature of the present study with 10 inventories were used.
The full name Rotter gave the concept was Locus of Control
We first study the effect of psychological factors, namely, entrepreneurial orientation and locus of control
, and their presence and interaction within the Lebanese entrepreneur's personality.
The following research question was posed for this study: (1) Do gender, age, race, level of education, current GPA, Internal Health Locus of Control
(IHLC), Powerful Other Health Locus of Control
(PHLC), and Chance Health Locus of Control
(CHLC) predict attitudes of college students towards AIDS?
A weighted composite--primarily composed of the three factors of conscientiousness, locus of control
and impulsivity--resulted in four possible categories.
This is especially true of students with a strong external locus of control
who simply surrender to the idea that the ability to perform any number of law enforcement functions, such as high-speed driving, defensive tactics, and report writing, is innate and, therefore, not subject to change.
Locus of control
is viewed as a three-dimensional construct consisting of internal, others, and luck (Levenson, 1973).