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Estimating Latent Structure Models with Categorical Variables: One-Step Versus Three-Step Estimators
We study the properties of a three-step approach to estimating the parameters of a latent structure model for categorical data and propose a simple correction for a common source of bias. Such modelsExpand
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HRM, Communication, Satisfaction, and Perceived Performance
Employee perceptions of HR practices are often assumed to play an important mediating role in the relationship between HR systems and HR outcomes. In a multisource, multilevel study of 2,063Expand
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Enriched job design, high involvement management and organizational performance: The mediating roles of job satisfaction and well-being
The relationship between organizational performance and two dimensions of the ‘high performance work system’ – enriched job design and high involvement management (HIM) – is widely assumed to beExpand
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Operationalising critically reflective work behaviour
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to operationalise critical reflection. Although critical reflection is widely recognised as a crucial element in individual and organisational learning, notExpand
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Childcare involvement, job characteristics, gender and work attitudes as predictors of emotional exhaustion and sickness absence
Abstract Reports in the literature vary regarding the existence of gender differences in relation to burnout and sickness absence. To investigate this, the present study was aimed at investigatingExpand
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The relationships between team learning activities and team performance
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate how different team learning activities relate to different types of team performance as rated by team members andExpand
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The Multiple Propensity Score as Control for Bias in the Comparison of More Than Two Treatment Arms: An Introduction From a Case Study in Mental Health
Background and Objective:The propensity score method (PS) has proven to be an effective tool to reduce bias in nonrandomized studies, especially when the number of (potential) confounders is largeExpand
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Investigating Mokken scalability of dichotomous items by means of ordinal latent class analysis
A method for investigating whether a set of items satisfies the conditions of a ‘latent scale’ is proposed, based on an adaptation of the latent class model. Expand
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Looking for students’ personal characteristics predicting study outcome
The central goal of this study is to clarify to what degree former education and students’ personal characteristics (the ‘Big Five personality characteristics’, personal orientations on learning andExpand
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