locus of causality

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A dimension used in attribution theory that relates to a competitor's perception of the cause of success or failure. The locus of causality may be internal (i.e. based on the competitor's own characteristics, such as ability or effort) or external (i.e. due to factors such as luck, outside the control of the competitor).

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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