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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He arose from the earth, and moving past the immovable form of Uncas, placed himself in a dignified attitude before the offender.
The Mohican maintained his firm and haughty attitude; and his eyes, so far from deigning to meet her inquisitive look, dwelt steadily on the distance, as though it penetrated the obstacles which impeded the view and looked into futurity.
By far the greater number stood leaning, in lazy, lounging attitudes, against the upright posts that supported the crazy building, while three or four of the oldest and most distinguished of the chiefs placed themselves on the earth a little more in advance.
They were all standing or sitting about in the most quaint and curious attitudes I have ever seen off a Japanese fan.
There was a certain rude, though chivalrous grandeur in the act; and it marked not only the beginning of a lifelong devotion and loyalty on the part of Shandy toward his young master, but was prophetic of the attitude which Norman of Torn was to inspire in all the men who served him during the long years that saw thousands pass the barbicans of Torn to crave a position beneath his grim banner.
It covers why attitudes matter, what attitudes do, what shapes attitudes, and what more is there to learn.
The remarkable thing is we have a choice everyday regarding the attitude we embrace for that day.
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An attitude is a viewpoint about situations, people or places.
The attitude of Russians towards the Asian powerhouse has improved since January, according to the poll taken by Levada-Center in September.
In a study of elementary school students, researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine found that having a positive attitude about math was connected to better function of the hippocampus--an important memory center in the brain--during performance of math problems, noted a news release from the university.