This is a book on attitudes and attitudinal phenomena. It approaches these issues in a unique way from a Zimbabwean context in comparison with similar researches elsewhere in the world. The book portrays a comprehensive conceptualisation of the phenomena. It presents measurements of form 3 pupils attitudes towards mathematics and related issues in urban secondary schools in Zimbabwe, based on the variables: gender and school type.These variables have been found to influence attitudes, which in turn affect performance. Armed with such knowledge, learners, instructors and even policy makers, are better placed concerning learning and instructional issues in mathematics at secondary school level.