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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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Attitudinal information can be gathered through engagement-related questions that are designed to measure emotions and intentions.
This research indicated how positive attitudinal change might be achieved so as to provide sought-after improvement.
Intra-group comparisons indicate that students who studied by way of traditional lecture-based instructional methodology demonstrated similar attitudinal levels towards `teaching and learning" in both before and after evaluations.
The following section discusses the theorisation of gesture, its attitudinal meaning potential and its role in helping teachers and students respond to characterisation in children's literature stop-motion animation adaptation.
Following directions of Inspector General of Police Khalid Khattak, Police Training School (PTS), under the supervision of AIG Operations Dr Farhan Zahid organized training on character building and attitudinal change for police officers and officials.
As members of the country's most ethnically diverse university, we had the opportunity to study whether college women from Hispanic and Caucasian ethnic groups differ in behavioral and attitudinal symptoms of eating disorders.
Attitudinal barriers include assumptions and fears that impede meaningful communication between people with and without disabilities.
Keywords: electronic distribution, loyalty, attitudinal, behavioral loyalty
She appreciated the efforts of Human Rights Wing and its team for taking this important initiative for bringing attitudinal change in the society and awareness among the masses.
He will touch upon attitudinal transformation required in the business leaders and managers to handle the ethical deficit through self-control and introspection to enable humans to balance the inherent traits within them so as to remain good human beings first and then try to be good managers/leaders in their own working space.
He said this while releasing a book titled, "A Walk to Emmaus - A Journey of Attitudinal Change" written by Jonas Yanthan here on Friday at Raj Bhavan, Kohima.
There are two main types of loyalty that have been widely accepted within academic circles, attitudinal and behavioral loyalty.

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