Learn More
The purpose of this research was to develop a taxonomy of adaptive job performance and examine the implications of this taxonomy for understanding, predicting, and training adaptive behavior in work settings. Two studies were conducted to address this issue. In Study 1, over 1,000 critical incidents from 21 different jobs were content analyzed to identify(More)
The Perceptions of Fair Interpersonal Treatment (PFIT) scale was designed to assess employees' perceptions of the interpersonal treatment in their work environment. Analyses of the factor structure and reliability of this new instrument indicate that the PFIT scale is a reliable instrument composed of 2 factors: supervisor treatment and coworker treatment.(More)
Whole-blood propranolol concentrations were estimated for 12 hours after a single 80 mg oral dose was given in six patients taking cimetidine and two weeks after they had stopped the drug. Mean blood propranolol concentrations were higher throughout the sampling period when the patients were taking cimetidine than when they were not, and the difference was(More)
BACKGROUND Gait difficulties, tremors, and coordination difficulties are common features of Cockayne syndrome that are consequences of leukodystrophy, cerebellar atrophy, and demyelinating neuropathy, but no pharmacotherapy for these disabling symptoms is available. OBJECTIVE To determine whether carbidopa-levodopa relieves tremors and other motor(More)
The measurement equivalence of 2 scales of the Job Descriptive Index (JDI; P. C. Smith, L. M. Kendall, & C. L. Hulin, 1969), the Supervisor Satisfaction scale and the Coworker Satisfaction scale, was examined across computerized and paper-and-pencil administrations. In this study, employees in 2 organizations (N = 1,777) were administered paper-and-pencil(More)
  • 1