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Beyond Use: Understanding Evaluation’s Influence on Attitudes and Actions
Although use is a core construct in the field of evaluation, neither the change processes through which evaluation affects attitudes, beliefs, and actions, nor the interim outcomes that lie betweenExpand
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The Mechanisms and Outcomes of Evaluation Influence
Past literature has identified several putative precursors of use, as well as alternative forms of use. However, important shortcomings still exist in previous work on use. In particular, inadequateExpand
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Toward an Agenda for Research on Evaluation
Using Christie's research as an example, the authors describe a variety of forms that a more evidence-based approach to evaluation theory could take and offer some suggestions to help increase theExpand
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Expected Evaluation, Goals, and Performance Mood as Input
Research indicates that effortful performances are reduced when participants cannot be evaluated, relative to when they can be evaluated. It was hypothesized that mood would interact with goals toExpand
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The effects of sexual permissiveness, target gender, subject gender, and attitude toward women on social perception: In search of the double standard
The sexual double standard, if held by perceivers, should result in more negative evaluations of sexually permissive females than males. Previous research on the double standard has generally ignoredExpand
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Toward better research on—and thinking about—evaluation influence, especially in multisite evaluations
Evaluation is typically carried out with the intention of making a difference in the understandings and actions of stakeholders and decision makers. The author provides a general review of theExpand
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Useful evidence on negative evidence.
J. L. Morgan, K. M. Bonamo, and L. L. Travis (1995) applied synchronous and time-series regression techniques to observational data to detect effects of recasted error correction on children'sExpand
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