The posture, action, or disposition of a figure or a statue.
The posture or position of a person or an animal, or the manner in which the parts of his body are disposed; position assumed or studied to serve a purpose; as, a threatening attitude; an attitude of entreaty.
Fig.: Position as indicating action, feeling, or mood; as, in times of trouble let a nation preserve a firm attitude; one's mental attitude in respect to religion.
a predisposition to behave in one way rather than another.
The evaluation of objects or ideas to indicate like or dislike toward them. go to glossary index
Feelings about a specific attitude object, such as a situation, a person, or an activity(Backto Top) Balance: Ability to maintain equilibrium
an enduring evaluation-positive or negative-of people, objects, and ideas
an evaluation, containing cognitive, emotional, and behavioral components, of an idea, event, object, or person. 604
The way in which people think and behave towards each other and things.
the position of one object in relation to another object in space. In this context, the way it which an object faces another. The Earth is tilted on its axis in relation to the Sun.
way of thinking, behaving, feeling, etc.
A speaker's, author's, or character's disposition toward or opinion of a subject. For example, Hamlet's attitude toward Gertrude is a mixture of affection and revulsion, changing from one to the other within a single scene. Jane Austen's attitude toward Mr. Bennet in Pride and Prejudice combines respect for his wit and intelligence with disapproval of his failure to take sufficient responsibility for the rearing of all of his daughters.
how belief and feeling are reflected in a text.
A learned response to some person, object, or idea. An attitude has a positive or negative dimension. Also, a way of seeing the world that is reflected in our language.
a complex mental state involving beliefs and feelings and values and dispositions to act in certain ways; "he had the attitude that work was fun"
a complex mixture of belief, feeling, and action
a consistent system of beliefs, emotions, and behaviors organized around a particular object
a feeling espressed by behavior
a feeling or emotion which a person has towards a fact, situation or person
a habitual way of thinking
a learned predisposition to respond in a consistently favorable or unfavorable manner toward an object
a mental and neural state of readiness organized through experience, and exerting a directive influence upon the individual's response to all objects and situations with which it is related" (p
a mental position one possesses with regard to a fact, issue, or belief
a mental state and to every mental state, there's a key
a mental state of readiness, organised through experience, exerting an influence upon an individual's response to an object and the situations with which it is related
a mental state that exerts influence on a person's response to people, objects, and situations
an enduring, global evaluative response toward something, that predisposes behavior
an evaluation or judgment of an object (i
an idea charged with emotion which predisposes a class of actions to a particular class of social situations
an intentional state, taking an object
an internal state that influences behavior
an overall evaluation of an object, idea, or action
an overall learned core disposition that guides a person's thoughts, feelings, and actions towards specific others and objects
a point of view about a situation
a predisposition on how to see things
a predisposition to perceive, evaluate and act in a particular way is relatively enduring
a predisposition to think, act, or behave in a positive or negative way toward an object or person
a subconscious reaction to a situation
a tendency or a predisposition to behave in certain ways in particular situations, where as a skill is an ability to perform a task very well
a tendency to respond positive (favorably) or negatively (unfavorable) to certain persons, objects, or situations
Attitude is E: dimension of the effective domain and one aspect of an individualâs personality. Attitude is reflected in reactions to events other individuals, objects, or institutions
A relatively constant feeling, predisposition, or set of beliefs and values directed towards an object, person or situation
A manner of acting, feeling, or thinking that shows one's disposition, opinion, etc.
Attitude describes the narrator's personal feelings about a particular subject. In "There's a Better Environmental Way to Farm," Juanita Polegi expresses frustration and dismay at the idea that farmers who don't use pesticides and fertilizers are not harming the environment. Attitude is one component of point of view.
describes the narrator's personal feelings about a particular subject. In "Understanding Does Not Necessarily Lead to Tolerance," Michele Lemon expresses anger and dismay at the sight of women in Canada wearing traditional Muslim clothing. Attitude is one component of point of view. Audience
Feeling or opinion about something or someone, or a way of behaving that follows from this feeling or opinion.
A positive or negative evaluation of an object.
A persisting feeling or emotion of a person that influences choice of action and response to stimulus. Defined as a disposition or tendency to respond positively or negatively towards a certain thing (idea, object, person, situation). They encompass, or are closely related to, our opinions and beliefs and are based upon our experiences. Training that produces tangible results starts by changing behavior...which ultimately changes attitudes. Training often uses the term attitude to identify the psychological term "affective domain."
The habitual or occasional state of mind &/or emotion that a character brings to a situation, idea or person. It is expressed physically in body language usually through the relationship of the joints to each other.
A positive, negative, or mixed reaction to a person, object, or idea.
a vehicle's orientation relative to Earth, Sun, or other objects; typically used to describe a desired view, observation target, or heating environment (e.g., a "sun-facing" attitude assures that one side of the vehicle will always be hot, and the other side always cool)
a mental position with regard to a fact or state; a feeling or emotion toward a fact or state
The way a person view s a situation or condition and then behaves accordingly. An important consideration in Team Building. [D02390] RMW
A complex mental state involving beliefs, feelings, values and a disposition to act in certain ways.
a relative concept, described by Fishbein and Ajzen as ‘a learned predisposition to respond in a consistently favorable or unfavorable manner with respect to a given object
Enduring opinion based on knowledge, feeling, and behavioral tendency.
A fairly stable, evaluative disposition that makes a person think, feel, or behave positively or negatively about some person, group, or social issue.
A set of evaluations (positive or negative) about members of a social category. These evaluations serve as predispositions to act for or against members of these categories, and may erupt as behaviours.
Attitudes are actions or behaviour that show how a person thinks or feels. Attitudes can often be observed in the way in which a person responds to other people, ideas and experiences (e.g. with or without respect, trust, caring, sensitivity, willingness to listen, etc.).
A personal motivational predisposition to respond to persons, situations, or events in a given manner that can, nevertheless, be changed or modified through training as a sort of mental shortcut to decision making.
What someone feels or thinks about something
The combination of cognitive (i.e., beliefs, etc.) and affective (i.e., evaluation, feelings, etc.) variables describing a person's mental set towards another person, thing, state, or behaviour. A relatively constant feeling, predisposition, or set of beliefs directed toward an object, person, or situation [G&K] Attitudes can, but do not necessarily, correlate strongly with behaviours. Attitudes towards behaviours are better predictors of behaviour than more general attitudes.
tendency to respond positively or negatively to an idea, object, or person; influences ability to succeed in science; attitude towards science is influenced by how science is experienced
A disposition toward a certain behavior. Psychological theories hold that attitudes are revealed by examining behaviors and shaping attitudes can in turn influence behaviors. Training to change attitude is bunk. As the old saying goes, hire attitude and train skills.
An individual's enduring evaluation, feelings and behavioural tendencies towards an object or activity. p. 125
The state of mind which makes us act in certain ways about social events or objects; a consistent pattern of thoughts, beliefs, emotions and reactions.
A relatively global and enduring evaluation of an object, issue, person, or action.