Fuzzy Attribution Styles

Arthur D. Martinez, Illinois State University, Mark J. Martinko and Gerald R. Ferris, both of Florida State University, published “Fuzzy Attribution Styles” on November 18th, 2011 in the Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies. To read other OnlineFirst articles, please click here.

The abstract:

This study introduced, and provided the first evidence for, the notion that people possess more or less fuzzy attribution styles and that the degree of fuzziness affects important work variables (e.g., occupational self-efficacy and political skill). Field theory was used to explain how fuzzy attribution styles might arise. Contributions of this study, its practical implications, directions for future research, and strengths and limitations were discussed.

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