Cultural and Gender Differences in Terms of Control Beliefs and Life Orientations Research has also suggested that cultural and gender differences have an effect on beliefs about internal locus of control (Dag, 1991; Massari & Rosenblum, 1972; Shaw & Uhl, 1971), health locus of control (DeHass & VanReken, 1979; Nice, 1980; Eminson, Benjamin, Shortall, & Woods, 1996; Furnham & Kirkcaldy, 1997; Lai, 1997; Ruback, Padney, & Begum 1997) and optimism (Chang, 1996).
What does LIFO stand for?
LIFO stands for Life Orientations (trademark of Business Decisions International Pty Ltd)
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And another 20% are completely oblivious to their weaknesses, the Life Orientations (LIFO) survey of 1,100 subjects has found.
Life Orientations The several consequences that follow a behavior may be positive or negative, and they occur on various schedules - or, as social psychologists say, they occur with varying probabilities.