This study explored the influence of applicants' perceived apprehension during communication on self-reported argumentativeness and verbal aggressiveness in selection interviews. One week prior to selection interviews with corporate interviewers, 51 college students who were actively seeking career-oriented employment completed a questionnaire on their… (More)
Self-reported scores of 156 subordinates on tolerance for disagreement were associated with their perceptions of supervisors' use of referent, expertise, and reward-based tactics and less use of legitimate and punishment-based tactics of influence.
Following past findings on employment interviews, this study hypothesized applicants would have a preference for using self-promoting tactics of impression management over other focuses. Self-reports of impression management tactics were collected from 124 applicants who had interviews for screener positions with the Transportation Security Administration.… (More)
This study was done to explore how perceived scores for leader-member exchange varies among temporary employees and permanent employees. Study of 158 subordinates indicated no significant difference between the two member groups.
The paper concerns managers' perceived influence tactics with regular and temporary employees. 156 subordinates completed the Behavioral Alteration Techniques Scale. Mean ratings of managers' use of tactics of influence with regular employees were significantly higher than those with temporary employees on 9 of the 22 measured techniques.
In a study of 149 college teachers, their self-reported Type-A scores were significantly and positively correlated with their perceived clarity of classroom instruction.
In a study of 107 college teachers, perceptions of college students' affective learning were positively associated .62 with teachers' self-reported Type A behavior scores.