Einstellung als Determination individuellen Verhaltens Die Analyse eines Begriffes und seiner Bedeutung für die Persönlichkeitspsychologie.Roth, Erwin. January 1900 (has links)
Habilitationsschrift--Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg. / Bibliography: p. 147-154.
Jones, Allan William
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Hammer Strand, Mads Peter
This thesis aims to prove that it is possible to use phase difference detection as a means of determining an objects attitude in relation to a signal source. A correlation between orientation and phase-detector output is proved, and it is concluded that with further work on algorithms and signal filtering, an attitude determination system could be made. As Quadrotors or ’drones’ are controlled by a system that could benefit by another reference system, accuracy of the phase-detector system is compared with the navigation systems currently used in drones.
30 August 2001
Research for employee attitude in the situation of downsizing ¡X Company A for example Abstract In the face of the severest and most unstable economic circumstances of many years, downsizing, the development power of retrieving loss prospectively, positively and actively, has got ahead of the tendency, adjusted to the changeable tendency and become the important operating policy which is used by the government or organization to reduce the operating cost, promote the achievement of organization and respond to the global low boom. The largest effect of its derivative benefit is still on the employee. In the situation of downsizing, the leadership should guide the employees¡¦ perception to the changeable circumstances, concept to show the mutual concern of the people in the same boat, to transform the obstruction to be helpful, to develop the spirit of teamwork and adapt to the fearful storm of new century together in order to obtain the advantage. Therefore, this research is to study the attitude response and relation of different employees when they confront the downsizing from the perception to downsizing and organization identification of employees. Due to the limited manpower and time, this research only uses the employees of press medium company A to be the object of research by questionnaire. 273 questionnaires were sent out and 251 valid questionnaires were received. The research adapted descriptive statistics, analysis of reliability, independent t-test, One-Way ANOVA, correlation and regression to describe the characteristics of the sample and the relation between each variable item. The results of research are as follows: ¤@¡BThe differences of individual variable items are significant on perception of employee rights and interests, loyalty, identification, support of policy, loss of employee rights and interests, the response of individual feelings. ¤G¡BPerception of employee rights and interests and perception of organization performance are significantly positive related to support of policy; both perception of employee rights and interests and perception of organization performance have significant negative relation to loss of employee rights and interests; perception of employee rights and interests has significant negative relation to response of individual feelings. ¤T¡BLoyalty and identification have significant positive relation to support of policy, and loyalty has significant negative relation to loss of employee rights and interests and response of individual feelings. ¥|¡BPerception of employee rights and interests has significant positive relation to loss of employee rights and interests; perception of organization performance has significant positive relation to support of policy; but perception of employee rights and interests has significant negative relation to response of individual feelings. ¤¡BLoyalty and identification have significant positive relation to support of policy; identification has significant positive relation to loss of employee rights and interests; but loyalty and loss of employee rights and interests have significant negative relation to response of individual feelings. According to the foregoing results of research, this research submits the related proposals as follows: ¤@¡BFor enterprises: Under the basis of mutual trust, guide the perception direction and identification of organization of employee through open information. Value the development of human resources and renew the activity of Organization timely. Approving and praising employees from the heart can sometimes encourage employees and help the development of company more than salary. ¤G¡BFor employees: The relation between labor and capital is similar to the relation of husband and wife. It needs to be managed attentively by both sides, and then the employee rights and interests can be more assured. Cultivate the rational concept of pursuing new knowledge and enjoying in work and strengthen the ability of self-renewal. ¤T¡BFor follow-up research workers: Select other same industries or different variable items to compare and research thoroughly. Key words: downsizing, attitude.
Norris, Meghan Elizabeth
09 August 2007
Researchers have long presumed that attitudes play a role in information processing, affecting memory in an attitude-consistent manner. This is known as congeniality. This presumption was largely dismissed as a result of a large scale, comprehensive meta-analysis (Eagly et al., 1999). The current project proposed that the conditions under which congeniality was tested in the past were not conducive for eliciting these effects. The present research tests cognitive capacity restrictions and salient information processing goals as moderators of the effects of attitude on memory in a 3 (Information Processing Goal: Attitude Expressive vs. Alternative Perspective Taking vs. No Goal) X 2 (Time Restriction: Restricted vs. Unrestricted) X 3 (Issue: Eating Red Meat vs. Marijuana Use vs. Playing Contact Sports) design. Participants were given a specific processing goal and were presented with issue-relevant information at either a restricted or unrestricted time interval. After a delay, they were presented with recall and recognition tasks. Results indicated that goals moderated the effects of attitudes on the favorability of correct recall such that memory tended to be biased in the same direction as the goal. Experiment 2 expanded this research by including a second session 48 hours later which served as a second testing phase for memory. Again, during the first session, information processing goals were found to moderate the effects of attitude on the favorability of correct recall. Interestingly, the second session failed to find these effects, but instead found weak evidence of global congeniality regardless of goal condition. The implications of these findings are discussed. / Thesis (Master, Psychology) -- Queen's University, 2007-08-02 17:42:47.148
Sletto, Raymond Franklin,
Thesis (PH. D)--University of Minnesota, 1936. / Vita on leaf mounted on p.  of cover. Published also without thesis note. Bibliography: p. 89.
McAllister, Dan Henry,
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1972. / Typescript. Vita. eContent provider-neutral record in process. Description based on print version record. Includes bibliographical references.
Thesis (M.A.)--University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1971. / eContent provider-neutral record in process. Description based on print version record. Includes bibliographical references.
Gengel, Roy Werner,
Thesis (M.S.)--University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1962. / Typescript. eContent provider-neutral record in process. Description based on print version record. Includes bibliographical references (leaves -).
Stucki, David R.
Thesis (M.S.)--University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1963. / Typescript. eContent provider-neutral record in process. Description based on print version record. Includes bibliographical references (leaf 41).
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