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Test taker's performance: Personality and Adjustment

Please explain how a person might explain poor performance on a on a text by using each of the four combinations internal/external and stable/unstable attributions.

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Personality and Adjustment

Please explain how a person might explain poor performance on a on a test by using each of the four combinations internal/external and stable/unstable attributions.

Attribution theory refers to the effect that can be suggested due to occurring by the presence of a particular cause.
In case of poor performance on a test that a person reflects, the internal attribution can that one cannot simply do well, because one is not capable enough.

External attribution can be due to the cause of noise around the testing area, for which the ...

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