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The way people decide the cause of their own
actions has been shown to be fundamental to their success or failure at
work. Optimistic people attribute their success to themselves whereas
pessimists tend to attribute their failures to themselves. A measurement
of attributional styles predicts occupational and organizatioanl success and can therefore
be used in selection and appraisal exercises.
Professor Adrian Furnham of University College London (UCL) is a leading
occupational and organizational psychologist with an international reputation. His Occupational
Attributional Style Questionnaire (OASQ):
is ideal for assessing attributions in the work-place
was first published in 1992.
is psychometrically designed and validated with excellent internalreliability
for an attributional style questionnaire
has been tested internationally
follows a well-known method of assessing attributional style
Use this questionnaire in your research, consultancy and field-work.
You will not find a more respectable questionnaires to measure attributional
style in the work place.
Our approach is to measure attributions with specific workplace situations.
We provide administrator links so you will be learning what motivates your people and leads to their success.
You can compute and use your own norms as well as benchmark using others.
You can view reports on your people's attributional styles
You can create ideal profiles and rank people in distance from the ideal