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Uses and abuses of coefficient alpha.
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 thatExpand
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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 onExpand
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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 InternetExpand
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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 theExpand
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Developing a biodata measure and situational judgment inventory as predictors of college student performance.
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 studentExpand
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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 summarizesExpand
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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, andExpand
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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 programExpand
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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...
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Measurement Theory for the Behavioral Sciences.
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