Definition of attitudinal in English:

attitudinal

adjective

  • Relating to attitudes.

    ‘attitudinal changes do not just come out of the blue’
    • ‘They did not consider health or attitudinal variables in their study.’
    • ‘Credit card behavior is affected by attitudinal, psychological, demographic, and environmental factors.’
    • ‘Artificial barriers based on attitudinal bias often prevent qualified women from reaching their potential.’
    • ‘He would have considered the attitudinal effect of income redistribution irrelevant.’
    • ‘Some researchers have also pointed out the importance of the attitudinal characteristics of managers.’
    • ‘The most rewarding relationships with customers result from continued investment to create deep-seated attitudinal loyalty.’
    • ‘The other part of the mating equation has to do with attitudinal shifts in the country.’
    • ‘They use a series of declarative statements to measure participants' perceptions on an attitudinal scale.’
    • ‘As a strategic focus, we work with clients to score attitudinal information of people.’
    • ‘Boomers' future purchasing decisions will also reflect attitudinal differences from their parents.’

Pronunciation

attitudinal

/atɪˈtjuːdɪn(ə)l/