Cultural differences in athlete attributions for success and failure: the sports pages revisited.


Self-serving biases in attribution, while found with relative consistency in research with Western samples, have rarely been found in Japanese samples typically recruited for research. However, research conducted with Japanese participants to date has tended to use forced-choice and/or reactive paradigms, with school or university students, focusing mainly… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/00207594.2011.585160


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