Journal of Applied Psychology 1993 - Abstracts

Journal of Applied Psychology 1993
Accuracy of confidence ratings associated with general knowledge and eyewitness memory. (Short Notes)Social sciencesTimothy J. Perfect, Emma L. Watson, Graham F. Wagstaff
A comparison of the behavioral rating accuracy of groups and individuals.Social sciencesRichard F. Martell, Mae R. Borg
A meta-analysis of the association between authoritarianism and jurors' perceptions of defendant culpability.Social sciencesGary Moran, Brian L. Cutler, Douglas J. Narby
Application of cognitive, skill-based, and affective theories of learning outcomes to new methods of training evaluation. (Journal of Applied Psychology Monograph)Social sciencesEduardo Salas, Kurt Kraiger, J. Kevin Ford
Autonomy as the moderator of the relationships between the big five personality dimensions and job performance.Social sciencesMichael K. Mount, Murray R. Barrick
Chronic demands and responsivity to challenge.Social sciencesJohn Schaubroeck, Daniel C. Ganster
Cognitive processes in self-report responses: tests of item context effects in work attitude measures.Social sciencesDavid A. Harrison, Mary E. McLaughlin
Commitment as a moderator of the goal-performance relation: a case for clearer construct definition. (includes appendix)Social sciencesMark E. Tubbs
Complex interdependence in task-performing groups.Social sciencesRichard Saavedra, Linn Van Dyne, P. Christopher Earley
Consequences of adolescent drug use on young adult job behavior and job satisfaction.Social sciencesJudith A. Stein, P.M. Bentler, Gene M. Smith, Sybille M. Guy
Determinants of academic recognition: the case of the Journal of Applied Psychology. (includes appendix)Social sciencesJerry M. Newman, Elizabeth Cooper
Diaries, checklists, evaluations, and contrast effects in measurement of behavior.Social sciencesTodd J. Maurer, Jerry K. Palmer, Donna K. Ashe
Distributional ratings of performance: further examination of a new rating format.Social sciencesDirk D. Steiner, Jeffrey S. Rain, Mary M. Smalley
Does affective disposition moderate the relationship between job satisfaction and voluntary turnover?Social sciencesTimothy A. Judge
Dynamic criteria and the measurement of change.Social sciencesRick Jacobs, DavidA. Hofmann, Joseph E. Baratta
Effect of dysfunctional thought processes on subjective well-being and job satisfaction.Social sciencesTimothy A. Judge, Edwin A. Locke
Evaluating interventions with differential attrition: the importance of nonresponse mechanisms and use of follow-up data.Social sciencesJohn W. Graham, Stewart I. Donaldson
Expectancy, valence, and motivational force functions in goal-setting research: an empirical test. (includes appendix)Social sciencesDonna M. Boehne, Mark E. Tubbs, James G. Dahl
Eyewitness identification accuracy, confidence, and decision times in simultaneous and sequential lineups.Social sciencesSiegfried Ludwig Sporer
Follow-up and extension of the interdisciplinary costs and benefits of enlarged jobs.Social sciencesMichael A. Campion, Carol L. McClelland
Framing, cognitive modes, and image theory: toward an understanding of a glass half full.Social sciencesKenneth J. Dunegan
Further exploration of typical and maximum performance criteria: definitional issues, prediction, and white-black differences.Social sciencesPaul R. Sackett, Larry Fogli, Sheldon Zedeck, Cathy L.Z. DuBois
Influence of top management commitment on management program success. (includes appendix) (Short Notes)Social sciencesJohn E. Hunter, Robert Rodgers, Deborah L. Rogers
Integrating laboratory and field study for improving selection: development of a battery for predicting air traffic controller success. (includes appendix)Social sciencesPhillip L. Ackerman, Ruth Kanfer
Investigation of the factors that influence employees' participation in development activities.Social sciencesRaymond A. Noe, Steffanie Wilk
Juror competence in civil trials: effects of preinstruction and evidence technicality.Social sciencesMartin J. Bourgeois, Lynne ForsterLee, Irwin A. Horowitz
Longitudinal study of the effects of information seeking on newcomer socialization. (includes appendix)Social sciencesElizabeth Wolfe Morrison
Members' participation in local union activities: measurement, prediction, and replication.Social sciencesJulian Barling, E. Kevin Kelloway
Misconceptions in Martin and Terris's (1991) "Predicting Infrequent Behavior: Clarifying the Impact on False-Positive Rates". (response to S.L. Martin and W. Terris, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 76, p. 484, 1991) (Short Notes)Social sciencesGershon Ben-Shakhar, Maya Bar-Hillel
Nature and consequences of halo error: a critical analysis.Social sciencesKevin R. Murphy, Robert A. Jako, Rebecca L. Anhalt
Organizational attractiveness: an interactionist perspective.Social sciencesDaniel B. Turban, Thomas L. Keon
Peer evaluation in self-managing work groups.Social sciencesRichard Saavedra, Seog K. Kwun
Perceptions of promotion fairness and promotion candidates' qualifications.Social sciencesFrank E. Saal, S. Craig Moore
Performance in relation to job skill importance: a consideration of rater source.Social sciencesDavid A. Waldman, Francis J. Yammarino
Processing objective and question order effects on the causal relation between memory and judgment in performance appraisal: the tip of the iceberg.Social sciencesDavid J. Woehr, Jack Feldman
Productivity and extra-role behavior: the effects of goals and incentives on spontaneous helping.Social sciencesPatrick M. Wright, Jennifer M. George, Gary C. McMahan, S. Regena Farnsworth
Psychological and behavioral consequences of job loss: a covariance structure analysis using Weiner's (1985) attribution model.Social sciencesGregory E. Prussia, Angelo J. Kinicki, Jeffrey S. Bracker
Rating format research revisited: format effectiveness and acceptability depend on rater characteristics.Social sciencesCharmine E.J. Hartel
Recruitment sources and posthire outcomes for job applicants and new hires: a test of two hypotheses.Social sciencesThomas H. Stone, Chalmer E. Labig Jr., Charles R. Williams
Refinements in validity generalization methods: implications for the situational specificity hypothesis.Social sciencesJohn E. Hunter, Kenneth Pearlman, Frank L. Schmidt, Hannah R. Rothstein, Kenneth Law, Michael McDaniel
Responses to the original and revised job diagnostic survey: is education a factor in responses to negatively worded items? (Short Notes)Social sciencesJohn L. Cordery, Peter P. Sevastos
Role of early supervisory experience in supervisor performance.Social sciencesMary Ann Hanson, Elaine D. Pulakos, Scott H. Oppler, Leonard A. White, Walter C. Borman
r sub wg: an assessment of within-group interrater agreement.Social sciencesLawrence R. James, Robert G. Demaree, Gerrit Wolf
Self-efficacy training to speed reemployment: helping people to help themselves.Social sciencesDov Eden, Arie Aviram
Task cues, dominance cues, and influence in task groups.Social sciencesEduardo Salas, James E. Driskell, Beckett Olmstead
The effects of partisan third parties on negotiator behavior and outcome perceptions.Social sciencesDonald E. Conlon, William H. Ross
The impact of consideration of issues and motivational orientation on group negotiation process and outcome. (includes appendix)Social sciencesLaurie R. Weingart, Jeanne M. Brett, Rebecca J. Bennett
The role of negative affectivity in understanding relations between self-reports of stressors and strains: a comment on the applied psychology literature.Social sciencesArthur P. Brief, Jennifer M. George, Michael J. Burke
The search for predictors with high validity and low adverse impact: compatible or incompatible goals? (includes appendices)Social sciencesScott E. Maxwell, Richard D. Arvey
Using Cohen's tables to determine the maximum power attainable in two-sampletests when one sample is limited in size.Social sciencesLouis M. Hsu
Utility of predicting group membership and the role of spatial visualizationin becoming an engineer, physical scientist, or artist.Social sciencesLloyd G. Humphreys, David Lubinski, Grace Yao
What is coefficient alpha? An examination of theory and applications.Social sciencesJose M. Cortina
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