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In this lesson, we'll discuss the James-Lange theory of emotion proposed by William James and Carl Lange. Learn about emotions and the James-Lange...

In this lesson, we'll discuss the James-Lange theory of emotion proposed by William James and Carl Lange. Learn about emotions and the James-Lange...

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Three dimensions that contribute to attribution theory.  First is locus of control: takes into account external and internal factors that determine failure or success. For example, if the client is training outdoors in hot climate are where unable to reach the goal or target due to the heat. The client may blame failure due to external factors. However, a client may blame their own ability not being able to reach their goal this individual may show phlegmatic personality traits.

Three dimensions that contribute to attribution theory. First is locus of control: takes into account external and internal factors that determine failure or success. For example, if the client is training outdoors in hot climate are where unable to reach the goal or target due to the heat. The client may blame failure due to external factors. However, a client may blame their own ability not being able to reach their goal this individual may show phlegmatic personality traits.

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