Internal Attribution

   

Definition: Internal Attribution is in Attribution Theory a form of attribution in which causality is assigned to an inside factor, agent or force. Inside factors fall inside your own control. You can choose to behave in a particular way or not. So your behavior is not influenced, limited or even completely determined by influences outside your control. Therefore you feel responsible. A typical example is your own intelligence.
Also called: Dispositional Attribution.
Is the opposite of Internal Attribution


   

   

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