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Attribution

The assignment of cause. For example, if one attributes a statement to a CEO, one says the CEO made the statement. Likewise, if one attributes a market bounce to GDP growth, one says the GDP growth caused the bounce.
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Following the same logic, we disaggregated the data by year in order to investigate the occurrence of self-serving attribution in each year.
A number of findings suggested that attributions and guilt feelings are related but distinct experiences for women and can have differing effects on women's psychological well-being.
When we added educational expectation and ability attribution to predict initial achievement and growth rates, the variance components decreased by 30.
The report notes that market value of installed performance systems currently stands at approximately $333 million as of year-end 2007, but is projected to grow at a significant pace as more firms realize that tracking performance and attribution on spreadsheets is not adequate in today's complex environment.
The attribution process, however, is not completely objective, as biases can occur.
To our customers, ThinkVine's attribution capability delivers faster access to critical information for making decisions on where, when and how to spend, as well as who to target to achieve the greatest conversions and incremental performance for the business.
adjust is a mobile attribution and analytics company from Berlin with offices in San Francisco, Istanbul, Tokyo, and Shanghai.
Following a review of the attribution and motivated reasoning literatures, I first establish the relevance of presidential transitions in the attribution process by showing that uncertainty exists regarding who is responsible for conditions early in a presidential administration.
In this study, the framework to be employed is that of attribution theory, which is based on the seminal work of Heider (1958) and Weiner (1985).
This pilot study sought to identify the relationship of somatic awareness and symptom attribution to treatment-seeking behaviors, specifically time to care.
Marketing attribution is a major topic of conversation and debate among marketers and analytics teams today for two reasons.