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One of the most difficult tasks facing industrial-organizational psychologists is evaluating the importance of variables, especially new variables, to be included in the prediction of some outcome.Expand
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Parental influence on youth propensity to join the military
Abstract The purpose of this research was to apply the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) in a model of youths’ career choice intentions and parents’ recommendation intentions. Specifically, a TPBExpand
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Integrating Social Identity and the Theory of Planned Behavior: Predicting Withdrawal from an Organizational Recruitment Process
The current study develops and tests a model of applicant withdrawal. Drawing on tenets from social identity theory and the theory of planned behavior, the current study proposes that applicants whoExpand
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Creating Forms and Disclosures that Work: Using Eye Tracking to Improve the User Experience
In this paper, we present numerous examples of the benefits of eye tracking for form usability as well as practical considerations for conducting eye tracking on paper forms. Expand
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Reassessing the Association of Intent to Join the Military and Subsequent Enlistment
Intent to join the military, or propensity as labeled here, has traditionally been one of the best predictors of actual enlistment among American youth. Yet, the predictive validity of measures ofExpand
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Pre-Entry Expectations, Attitudes, and Intentions to Join Predict Military Tenure
The objective of this study was to examine pre-entry expectations, attitudes, and intentions as predictors of tenure among military members. Data from nationally representative (U.S.) samples ofExpand
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Development of a Scale to Assess the Linguistic and Phonological Difficulty of Passwords
The Linguistic Phonological Difficulty (LPD) scoring rubric was created by considering the extent to which a string of characters in a password resembles ordinary spoken or written language patterns. Expand
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Investigating the Effects of Applicant Justice Perceptions on Job Offer Acceptance
Drawing on extant recruitment and organizational justice theory, this research examines the effects of justice perceptions on job acceptance decisions across 2 samples (n = 332 and 2,974) ofExpand
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Using Social Marketing and Data Science to Make Government Smarter
It is generally agreed that the most important single function of government is to secure the rights and freedoms of individual citizens. Expand
Fast & Frugal Models of Decision Making with Continuous Data
Fast & Frugal Models of Decision Making with Continuous Data Gwendolyn E. Campbell (Gwendolyn.Campbell@navy.mil) Amy E. Bolton (Amy.Bolton@navy.mil) NAVAIR Orlando TSD, Code 4961 12350 ResearchExpand