Attitude

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Attitude

A subjective measure of how one or more persons feel about an event, person, or object. Marketers attempt to measure attitudes of consumers to determine the products they may buy. Likewise, analysts measure investor attitudes to estimate future market movements. See also: Sentiment indicator, Behavioral economics.
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Finally, correlational analyses revealed a positive relationship across conditions between amount of WebCT use and amount of attitude change; that is, even among students not required to use instructional technology, attitude change is positively associated with amount of use.
This demonstrates that attitude changes in the seventeen year period involved a changed outlook among the young adults.
Immediate results would occur because the attitude change addresses present challenges and targets resources to meet them.
That attitude change came from first-year head coach Mike Babcock and first-year general manager Bryan Murray, who coached the Ducks last season.
Skinner said he sees an attitude change geared more toward team basketball.
It was basically an attitude change,'' Thousand Oaks coach Shea Johnson said of the difference between the win and Sunday's 22-6 loss to El Rio.
Orwig comes to play every day (she has 80 saves in her previous national tournaments) and has watched the Trojans attitude change of late.
Another Columbine student who played fantasy baseball with Klebold last year said he had noticed Klebold's appearance and attitude change over the past year.
It's time for employees to show their commitment with an attitude change, he said.
It's no surprise, when you start looking at all the purple clothes coming in for fall, but purple takes an attitude change.
This attitude change also spread to other household members, leading to a 3 percentage-point increase in support of marriage equality.

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