Furthermore, the R2 value of intrinsic entrepreneurial success is 0.84, indicating that risk taking, locus of control
, perceived barrier and self efficacy explained 84 percent of the variance in intrinsic entrepreneurial success.
H5: Personality trait (Locus of Control
) has moderating effect on the relationships between Brand name and Restaurant Image.
(1991), "A multidimensional analysis of internal health locus of control
beliefs: Separating the wheat from the chaff?", Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol.
Researcher focused on life satisfaction and with high behavior outcome contingency expectations or locus of control
and achievements challenges, commitment, interest failure and self-perceived competence (Bandura, 1997).
(2009) also conducted a study among 217 Swedish university students using a video program .Before the video program was presented, assessment were made of multidimensional health locus of control
(MHLC), dental health locus of control
(DHLC) and dental health values (DHVs).
More specifically, the study proposed to identify the locus of control
and attachment working models in children who had been sexually abused, i.e., who have suffered sexual contact by the caregiver; physically abused, i.e., who had been beaten by the caregiver, or neglected, i.e., that had not been provided with a minimum standard of a physical (e.g., hygiene, food) or emotional care (according to the definitions of the types of maltreatment by Cicchetti & Valentino 2006), and to compare them with a control group of similar age.
In other words, the working conditions of physiotherapists in Poland, especially those working in the public sector, often favor the formation of an external locus of control
Studies have revealed that higher levels of external locus of control
are related with higher levels of depression, many researchers have found that a relationship exists between depression and locus of control
(Hooke and Page, 2002).
Internal-external control of reinforcement, or locus of control
, is a well-defined personality trait that refers to personal belief about whether the outcomes of one's life events are largely determined by internal or external factors.