So attribution for others behaviors are more likely to focus on the person we see but not the situational forces acting upon that person that we might not be aware of.
What does SITFOR stand for?
SITFOR stands for Situational Forces
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Slap in the Face
- Social Investment Task Force
- Spit in the Fridge (band)
- Springers in the Field (magazine)
- Staten Island Task Force (NYPD)
- Stay in the Fight
- System Integration Test Facility
- System Intensity Transfer Function
- Systema de Informatica y Telecommunicaciones de las Fruerzas Aereas Americanas (Spanish: Information and Telecommunications System of the American Air Forces)
- Static-Induction Transistor Field Effect Transistor
- Strategic Implementation Task Group
- Systems & Information Technology Group
- Sick in the Head
- Static Induction Thyristor
- Shut In Tubing Hanger/Head Pressure (oil exploration)
- Significance, Inherency, Topicality, Harms, Solvency (stock issues for policy debate)
- Service Investigation and Trouble Identification (Bellcore)
- Shell Information Technology International
- Sindacato Italiano Tutela Investimento (Italian: Italian Syndicate Investment Protection)
- Società Italiana di Igiene, Medicina Preventiva e Sanità Pubblica
Samples in periodicals archive:
The maritime NRF will be commanded by Commander UK Maritime Forces, Rear Admiral Neil Morisetti Royal Navy with his staff embarked in HMS Ark Royal and the maritime situational forces will be headed by Commander Norwegian Task Group, Commodore Haakon Tronstad Norwegian Navy embarked in K/V Andenes.
Not surprisingly, social behavior showed strong ties to personality traits in such internal studies and to situational forces in the external ones.