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Estimating Statistical Power and Required Sample Sizes for Organizational Research Using Multilevel Modeling
The use of multilevel modeling to investigate organizational phenomena is rapidly increasing. Expand
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Exploring Individual‐Level Factors Related to Employee Energy‐Conservation Behaviors at Work
The higher costs of energy have increased organizations' interest in searching for ways to reduce energy use. Typically, organizations have utilized structural or operational changes to decreaseExpand
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Measuring General Self-Efficacy
General self-efficacy (GSE), individuals'belief in their ability to perform well in a variety of situations, has been the subject of increasing research attention. However, the psychometricExpand
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The Assessment of Attitudes Toward Individuals With Disabilities in the Workplace
Abstract The authors conducted 2 studies to develop and test measures that assess beliefs about what constitutes a disability, affective reactions to working with individuals with disabilities, andExpand
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New Directions for Measurement in Management Research
Despite its importance, measurement has received less attention in the management sciences than it deserves. Currently, there is an over‐reliance on a narrow set of methods of measuring cognitive,Expand
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Applications of item response theory to measurement issues in leadership research
Abstract The measurement of a variety of leadership constructs has been a persistent source of debate and critique for many areas of leadership research. As such, leadership researchers have devotedExpand
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Sociolinguistic studies have identified phonetic variables associated with perceived sexual orientation in men. These variables include duration and peak frequencies of /s/, VOT of voiceless stops,Expand
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A Longitudinal Examination of the Effects of LMX, Ability, and Differentiation on Team Performance
PurposeLeader–Member Exchange (LMX) theory posits that effective leaders form dyadic relationships with followers that differ in quality, and that differentiation positively affects team performance.Expand
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Identified Employee Surveys: Potential Promise, Perils, and Professional Practice Guidelines
Over the years, employee opinion surveys have evolved in their use and how they are conducted. A major advancement has been the use of linkage analyses, whereby employee attitudes at a unit level areExpand
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