In the achievement domain of attribution theory
, the main emphasis is on the way a person judges the causes of success and failure, in brief achievement outcomes and their effects on future achievement behavior (Weiner 1974).
Based on attribution theory
, one can argue that an offense committed by an individual with a bad reputation may be internally attributed.
In the remaining five chapters, a large-scale example of discursive work in psychology is developed around the interpenetrating study of the discursive construction of remembering with a reworking in discursive terms of attribution theory
has also been applied to support multifocused loyalty transfer (Yim et al.
Chapter 3, 'Interpersonal Perception and Interaction', provides a complex but clear discussion of attribution theory
and transactional analysis.
The impact of these cognitive disparities on both micro (the supervisor-subordinate relationship) and macro (overall human resource management) issues can be effectively analyzed within the theoretical framework of attribution theory
Research in attribution theory
explores the intricate process that we go through in order to identify the causes for our behaviors, the behaviors of others, and for various life events.
predicts, however, that the supervisor will fall prey to the Fundamental Attribution Error and attribute the employee's performance to dispositional factors.
This is the popularity of the construct that attribution theory
is still an active field of inquiry (Weiner, 2008).
internal/external) by utilizing attribution theory
as a mediating mechanism for Peripheral and Embedded CSR which may lead to important organizational outcomes.
How the color of instructional feedback comes to influence interpersonal perceptions in achievement contexts may be explained by attribution theory
, which accounts for the process by which people make causal explanations to observed stimuli (Heider, 1958).
On the other hand, action descriptions are of primary interest from the viewpoint of attribution theory