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Disposition

The sale of a security. See also: Close a position.
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Deci and Ryan (2000) regard motivational and dispositional self-determination as the same concept and treat them synonymously.
In order to measure optimism from the dispositional perspective, Scheier and Carver (1985) proposed the Life Orientation Test (LOT), which included the evaluation of optimism and pessimism representing opposing poles of a continuum.
Dispositional properties are often referred to as "causal powers," but what does dispositional causation amount to?
Individual resilience has largely been operationalised as a dispositional variable responsible for the psychological mechanisms that enable people to bounce back following crises or traumatic events (Bonanno, 2004; Shin et al.
Most programs now include dispositional assessments throughout their course of study to ensure their teacher candidates have a solid understanding of the collegial behaviors associated with the teaching profession.
behavioral regulations, dispositional flow and social physique anxiety) and BMI is important in order to use this knowledge to design and implement health programming.
Keywords: dispositional affect, career barriers, coping efficacy, gender
In its place, I offer an alternative account of responsibility as responsiveness--what I will call a dispositional ethics.
The authors examined 3 motives and 3 techniques for forgiveness to assess differences between people high or low in dispositional forgiveness (HDF and LDF respectively).
Additionally, recent empirical evidence shows that some dispositional traits determine entrepreneurial intention (Nicolaou and Shane, 2009, Nicolaou et al.