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Uses and abuses of coefficient alpha.
- N. Schmitt
- 1 December 1996
The article addresses some concerns about how coefficient alpha is reported and used. It also shows that alpha is not a measure of homogeneity or unidimensionality. This fact and the finding that… Expand
THE INFLUENCE OF TRAINEE ATTITUDES ON TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS: TEST OF A MODEL
Studies of the influence of trainee characteristics on training effectiveness have focused on the ability level necessary to learn program content. Motivational and environmental influences on… Expand
Gender and the Internet: Women Communicating and Men Searching
This research examined gender differences in Internet use and factors responsible for these differences. A sample of 630 Anglo American undergraduates completed the Student Computer and Internet… Expand
Measurement invariance: Review of practice and implications
Abstract A review of efforts to assess the invariance of measurement instruments across different respondent groups using confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) is provided for the years since the… Expand
Developing a biodata measure and situational judgment inventory as predictors of college student performance.
- F. Oswald, N. Schmitt, B. Kim, Lauren J. Ramsay, M. Gillespie
- Psychology, Medicine
- The Journal of applied psychology
- 1 April 2004
This article describes the development and validation of a biographical data (biodata) measure and situational judgment inventory (SJI) as useful predictors of broadly defined college student… Expand
Process tracing methods: Contributions, problems, and neglected research questions
Process tracing approaches such as verbal protocol analysis and information board methodologies have been developed to study the cognitive processes underlying decision making. This review summarizes… Expand
Predicting Adaptive Performance: Further Tests of a Model of Adaptability
This research further investigates an 8-dimension taxonomy of adaptive performance developed by Pulakos, Arad, Donovan, and Plamondon (2000) and the usefulness of past experience, interest, and… Expand
The fidelity-adaptation debate: Implications for the implementation of public sector social programs
The modified Research, Development, and Diffusion (RD&D) model, as exemplified by change agents in federal organizations, was examined as a viable strategy for disseminating social program… Expand
Configurations of Organizational Effectiveness and Efficiency
This study examined the relationship between various characteristics of organizations—including resource inputs, context, rules and regulations, goals, climate, and informal systems—and the effecti...