Christina M. Kroustalis

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The potential inflation of correlations between measures assessed via the same method (e.g., self-report) is well known. This study applied CFA models to 24 multitrait-multimethod correlation matrices in order to assess the extent of common methods bias (CMB). While not trivial, CMB is often minor in magnitude The influence of common methods variance (CMV)(More)
Previous research on the rapidly growing field of Internet recruitment has operated under the implicit assumption that recruitment websites can and do influence viewers' opinions of recruiting organizations. This study empirically tested this assumption using a pre/post-test experimental design. Results indicated that viewers' ratings on company(More)
Survey respondents who perceive action was taken based on survey results respond more favorably to subsequent surveys (Church & Oliver, 2006). We investigate whether measurement invariance exists on constructs being measured as a result of perceived action. Results support invariance for some, but not all survey constructs. Organizations commonly gather(More)
Combining items into parcels in confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) can improve model estimation and fit. Because adequate model fit is imperative for CFA tests of measurement invariance, parcels have frequently been used. However, the use of parcels as indicators in a CFA model can have detrimental effects on tests of measurement invariance of factor(More)
Two specific website properties of organizational recruitment websites were examined to determine what effects these properties had on the accurate portrayal of an organization's culture. In addition, we confirmed the results of previous studies that person-organization fit leads applicants to be more attracted to a recruiting organization. Recruiting high(More)
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