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Replication and extension of Collins" locus of control scale

Paul J. Duffy

Replication and extension of Collins" locus of control scale

by Paul J. Duffy

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Published by U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences in Alexandria, Va. (5001 Eisenhower Ave., Alexandria, Va. 22333) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Leadership.,
  • Military research -- United States.,
  • Military art and science -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPaul J. Duffy, Samuel Shiflett, and Ronald G. Downey.
    SeriesTechnical paper -- 341., Technical paper (U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences) -- 341.
    ContributionsShiflett, Samuel., Downey, Ronald G., U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences. Personnel Accession and Utilization Technical Area.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination22 p. :
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19899341M

    shoshannah feinberg open books recitales de la mona jimenez en cordoba external locus of control pdf documents starcarr england amoxicillin cena vs lesnar amitto winery nj collins class boats for sale merc r for sale.   Maltreatment, locus of control and cumulative trauma. Regarding the association between the types of maltreatment and styles of attribution, through the analysis of variance (ANOVA), it was found that the scores of the MG in the scale to measure locus of control (NSS) were significantly higher than those of the control group (M = vs M = ; F (1,) = , p.

    Of the numerous scales proposed to measure locus of control, most are too long to use efficiently in survey research in which locus of control is not the major focus. This research reports the validation of a 6-item sub-scale from Rotter but using the Likert format. Locus of Control (LOC) was 12 on a point scale and there were 59 externals, users with average LOC and 36 internals. In our analysis, we split the participants into four priming groups based on their original LOC scores and the priming stimuli they .

    Gerald R. Adams's 71 research works with 2, citations and 3, reads, including: Effects of Parental Divorce During Early Childhood on Ego Development and Identity Formation of College Students. Overall Score: High overall score (over 70/) means that you have an internal locus of control; it means that you tend to hold yourself responsible for the most important events in your life. Even when it’s something seemingly beyond your control, you tend to look for ways you contributed to the situation or think how you could have protected yourself or done better.


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Replication and extension of Collins' locus of control scale (OCoLC) Online version: Duffy, Paul J. (Paul Joseph), Replication and extension of Collins' locus of control scale (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

performed on the Locus of Control Scale for Success-Failure and on the r+ subscale, r-subscale, and total I score of the TAR. The results did not support the first hypotl1csis.

Perso~~l control versus no personal control, as manipulated by ski!l­ chance instructions had no significant effects on locus of control Author: Ronald J. Kline. The first person to develop a locus of control measure as it relates to academic orientations in tertiary level studentsthe Academic Locus of Control Scale-was Ashton D.

Trice (). Up until the Author: Ashton Trice. () Self Rating Depression Inventory and the Collins () Locus of Control Scale as the dependent variables, 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 (expectancy x alcohol consumption x social situation x sex) analyses of variance were In a partial replication and extension of this study, Briddell, Rim, Caddy, Krawitz, Sholis and (Amderiin ().

Instead, locus of control is now commonly examined as a component of core self‐evaluation. However, recent research suggests that locus of control is in fact an independent, distinct concept and that core self‐evaluation research should continue without incorporating locus of control in future by:   20 August This blog explores the Locus of Control scale, how to identify a client’s location on the scale, the implications and influences of Locus of Control from a hypnotherapy perspecticve, and how to help the client achieve a more balanced position, leading to a more engaged, empowered and emotionally responsible client.

The results are scored along the following scale: Score Degree of control personality 0 - 15 Very strong external locus of control 20 - 35 External locus of control 40 - 60 Both external and internal locus of control 65 - 80 Internal locus of control 85 - Very strong internal locus of control.

Locus of Control in Industrial/Organizational Psychology []. As the theorization of the construct is closely related to performance and achievement (Rotter, ), locus of control is employed by industrial psychologists (Spector, ).As alternatives of the original scale by Rotter (), two scales that aimed to measure the locus of control in work and organizational context specifically.

Locus of control refers to an individual’s perception about the causes of their life conditions. External locus of control describes an individual that believes that most of their life conditions are determined by forces outside of their control, such as like deities, governments, power structures, institutions, and.

Purpose of Locus of Control of Behavior Scale: Craig, Franklin, and Andrews () Rotter emphasized that a person can identify his or her daily outcomes of his or her behavior as being internally or externally controlled. Internal locus of control: individuals believes they are in control of their outcomes.

Hartmann, D.J. Replication and extension analyzing the factor structure of locus of control scales for substance abusing behaviors. Psychological Reports, 84(1), Hirsch, L.S., McCrady, B.S.

& Epstein, E.E. Drinking-Related Locus of Control Scale: The factor structure with treatment-seeking outpatients. Journal of Studies on.

As a replication and extension, this study empirically tested Bitner's (, Journal of Market 69–82) model of consumer service evaluation using Singaporean subjects.

It investigated the effects of a service failure, physical environment, and attribution on customer evaluation of and satisfaction with the service. Locus of Control and Weight Reduction By Monika Hawkins Jordan McNeely Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. Psychol. Monogr. 80 (Whole No. Schneider J. and Parsons O. () Categories on the locus of control scale and cross-cultural comparisons in Denmark and the United States. cross-cult.

Psychol. 1, Scott-Palmer J. and Skevington S. () Pain during childbirth and menstruation: a study of locus of control J. psychosonl. Benjamin M. Galvin, Amy E. Randel, Brian J. Collins, Russell E. Johnson, Changing the focus of locus (of control): A targeted review of the locus of control literature and agenda for future research, Journal of Organizational Behavior, /job, 39, 7, (), ().

The I-E Scale was administered to undergraduates enrolled in an introductory psychology course. The study replicated the two factors of the I-E Scale as reported by Mirels (). It also suggested that more dimmensions of locus of control attitudes need clarification and that Rotter's Scale has too few items to cover all facets of internal-external dispositions.

Julian Rotter's Internal-External (I-E) Scale forces choices between statements expressing internal locus of control and those expressing external locus of control However, the statements appear also to differ in the confidence they convey that desired outcomes will occur Subjects in Study 1 viewed bogus responses agreeing or disagreeing with either internal or external statements from the I-E.

In order to assess locus of control within strict time constraints, as often required in survey research, an efficient questionnaire the four-item scale for the assessment of internal and external locus of control (Internal External Locus of Control-4, IE-4) was developed and validated.

The IE-4 was constructed and validated in three studies. The drug-related locus of control scale (DR-LOC) is a new instrument for assessing a person’s belief of “being in control” in situations involving drug abuse. It consists of item pairs presented in a forced-choice format, based on the conceptual model outlined by Rotter.

Scales to measure locus of control Edit. The most famous questionnaire to measure locus of control is the item forced choice scale of Rotter, the Rotter Internal External Locus of Control Scale (), but this is not the only questionnaire - indeed, predating Rotter's work by five years is Bialer's () item scale for children.

Also of relevance to locus of control scale are the. Claims that attributions and their related behaviors may reflect a type of perceived control that is generally overlooked. People attempt to gain control by bringing the environment into line with their wishes (primary control) and by bringing themselves into line with environmental forces (secondary control).

Four manifestations of secondary control are considered: (a) Attributions to.Scale [16–20] and the Fetal Health Locus of Control Scale [21]. Self-esteem and locus of control. Research on the relationship between self-esteem and locus of control has shown that the two constructs are significantly related, with a tendency for high self-esteem to be strongly linked to an internal locus of control, an individual’s.Locus of Control Scale (), the Economic Locus of Control Scale of Furnham () and the Internal Control Index of Duttweiler ().

Of the said scales, Rotter’s I-E Scale is used most frequently in the USA (69%), whereas the Nowicki-Strickland Scale as well as the Multiple Dimension Locus of Control Scale of Levenson are used the least.