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Ignatova, V.
Baranovskaya, L.
Kudryavtsev, M.
Galimova, A.
Galimov, G.
Dagbaev, B.
Doroshenko, S.
Kamoza, T.
Harutyunyan, T.
Kondratyuk, T.
Plotnikova, I.
2020-01-20T08:04:55Z
2020-01-20T08:04:55Z
2018-10
Ignatova, V. Features of Students’ Attributional Style [Текст] / V. Ignatova, L. Baranovskaya, M. Kudryavtsev, A. Galimova, G. Galimov, B. Dagbaev, S. Doroshenko, T. Kamoza, T. Harutyunyan, T. Kondratyuk, I. Plotnikova // SHS Web of Conferences. — 2018.
https://www.shs-conferences.org/articles/shsconf/abs/2018/11/shsconf_cildiah2018_01017/shsconf_cildiah2018_01017.html
http://elib.sfu-kras.ru/handle/2311/129868
Attributional style or explanatory style is a cognitive personal feature reflecting a standard specific way of explaining the reasons of events in which people are involved. This concept is key in M. Seligman’s theory of learned helplessness and depression. M. Seligman and his followers experimentally proved that the person becomes helpless in case he is convinced that nothing depends on his active actions, that evil events happen accidentally, and it is impossible to change them. The paper describes features of attributional style of junior students and provides recommendations on overcoming its negative consequences.
Features of Students’ Attributional Style
Journal Article
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77.01
2020-01-20T08:04:55Z
10.1051/shsconf/20185001017
Институт физической культуры, спорта и туризма
Торгово-экономический институт
Кафедра физической культуры
Кафедра технологии и организации общественного питания
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