Translation of attribution in Spanish:

attribution

atribución, n.

Pronunciation /ˌætrəˈbjuʃ(ə)n/ /atrɪˈbjuːʃ(ə)n/

noun

formal
  • 1

    atribución feminine
    • Factors to consider are researcher beliefs and attitudes, facts and ideas, the attribution of causation, and the discovery role of historical writing.
    • If there is a subsequent decline in value, that decline may affect the attribution to pre-acquisition profits under the rest of the section.
    • The opposite pattern of attributions (internal, stable; external, unstable) is deemed "depressogenic."
    • The study found that attributions were unrelated to depressive symptomatology among these children.
    • Thus, attributions to medication may not be as problematic as feared.
    • Patterns of symptom clusters are viewed in relation to dependent variables including servicemen's changing attributions for post-combat disorders.
    • Attributions made by patients about the cause of their illness often involve environmental pollution.
    • The attribution of deaths from influenza varied considerably over the 30 years reported.
    • Attribution of these attacks to dopamine agonists overlooks the point that drivers who fall asleep at the wheel are careful not to allow this to happen again.
    • He is asking a larger question about people and their vehicles, as well as about attributions of agency in the case of accidents.