The Universal Relevance of Locus of Control in Ethical Decision Making: A Multi-Country Examination.
ABSTRACT Research has shown that Locus of Control (LOC) is a personality variable possessing potential explanatory power in the study of ethical decision making. Diverse results have been reported in the literature. Whenever differences on the LOC variable are indicated by the research, individuals with an Internal LOC report the more ethical responses. This study extends the examination of the universal relevance of the LOC variable to ethical decision making of university students.