Internal locus of control (ILOC) is a concept in psychology that is related to the principle of determining the success and failure of an individual. This concept is rooted in Rotter’s social-learning theory of personality which has been developed since 1954.
This concept focuses on the ability of a person to associate his achievements or failures with his own capacity. In other words, this concept is a belief system which stated that each has an awareness of his strengths and weaknesses. (more…)