LOT

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AcronymDefinition
LOTList of Tables
LOTLeaders of Tomorrow (various organizations)
LOTPolskie Linie Lotnicze (Polish Airlines)
LOTLack of Talent (band)
LOTLook Over There
LOTLetter of Transmittal
LOTLyric Opera Theatre (various locations)
LOTLine of Travel (USPS Address Code Element)
LOTLicensed Occupational Therapist
LOTLanguage of Thought (cognitive hypothesis)
LOTLockport, Illinois (Airport Code)
LOTLeft Occiput Transverse (fetal position)
LOTLock on Target
LOTLine of Technology
LOTLife Orientation Test
LOTLife Of Type
LOTLandelijke Onderzoekschool Taalwetenschap (Dutch: The Netherlands National Graduate School of Linguistics)
LOTLoss Of Track
LOTLibrary of Texas
LOTLeak-Off Test
LOTLapped Orthogonal Transform
LOTLine Output Transformer (electronics)
LOTLiaison and Observation Team
LOTLinear Override Tool (energy production)
LOTLinear Quantizer
LOTLow Observables Technology
LOTLockout Trunk
LOTLocal Office Team
LOTLarge Orbiting Telescope
LOTLocal Office Training
LOTLease Operate and Transfer
LOTline-of-travel sequence (US Postal Service routing method)
LOTLimited Operational Test
LOTLotto-Adecho (Tour de France cycling sponsor)
LOTLoad Out Truss
LOTLimited Operation Test
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The utility of the Revides Life Orientation Test to measure optimism among Hong Kong Chinese.
(2002) aimed to develop a Brazilian adaptation of the LOT-R (Life Orientation Test --Revised) and carried out the analysis of its psychometrical properties.
Abstract The aim of this study is to analyze the dimensionality of the Spanish version of the Revised Life Orientation Test (LOT-R), to examine the relationship between psychological wellbeing and dispositional optimism/pessimism in a sample of college students (n = 291), as well as to consider the effect of dispositional optimism/pessimism on academic progress.
Optimism, self-esteem and personality: adaptation and validation of the Brazilian Version Of The Revised Life Orientation Test (LOT-R).
Life Orientation Test (Scheierand Carver, 1985) was used to measure learned optimism.
As these correlations are similar to the ones reported in most studies, these results sugest convergent validity between the Hope Scale with The Hope Index, Life Orientation Test Revised-LOT-R, and Rosenberg's Self-Esteem Scale.
The benefits of optimism: A meta-analytic review of the life orientation test. Personality and Individual Differences, 21, 719-725.
These measures are the Optimism/Pessimism Scale (OPS) and Life Orientation Test (LOT).
The Life Orientation Test (LOT) that was used to measure the level of dispositional optimism in the participants in this study, is a widely used optimism scale (Aspinwall & Taylor, 1992; Ben-Zur, 2003; Chang & McBride-Chang, 1996; Chang & Sanna, 2003; Lai, 1997; Roysamb & Strype, 2002).
Optimism, as measured on the Life Orientation Test, was significantly lower among the patients with cardiovascular disease, who had mean scores of 8.13, compared with 10.76 in the controls (P < .001).
Also presented in this support document are: (1) The Models; (2) Life Orientation Test (LOT); (3) The Project; (4) Sentence Length; (5) The Choice Model: Education/Training versus Work; and (6) The Expectations Model.
The Life Orientation Test (LOT) was first developed by Scheier and Carver (1985) to assess the construct of dispositional optimism, which was conceptualized as positive outcome expectancies having important health implications.