Irwin L. Goldstein

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This study replicated Campion and Thayefs (1985) research, which drew from many disciplines (e.g., psychology, engineering, human factors, physiology) to demonstrate four approaches to job design and their corresponding outcomes: motivational approach with satisfaction outcomes, mech-anistic approach with efficiency outcomes, biological approach with(More)
High levels of skill displayed in perceptual-motor tasks can only be obtained by accurate timing and anticipation. Recent evidence indicates that task characteristics that change or alter the predictability of stimulus events are potent determiners of performance. The effects of stimulus predictability on timing and anticipation were investigated in a(More)
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