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Effect of self-efficacy, goals, and task strategies on task performance.
Abstract : This study examined the effect of self-efficacy, goals, and task strategies on goal choice and task performance. Self-efficacy and task strategies were manipulated through training.Expand
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ETHNIC GROUP DIFFERENCES IN COGNITIVE ABILITY IN EMPLOYMENT AND EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS: A META‐ANALYSIS
The cognitive ability levels of different ethnic groups have interested psychologists for over a century. Many narrative reviews of the empirical literature in the area focus on the Black-WhiteExpand
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DERIVATION AND IMPLICATIONS OF A META‐ANALYTIC MATRIX INCORPORATING COGNITIVE ABILITY, ALTERNATIVE PREDICTORS, AND JOB PERFORMANCE
A variety of recent articles in the personnel selection literature have used analyses of meta-analytically derived matrices to draw general conclusions for the field. The purpose of this article isExpand
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Correlation and Regression: Applications for Industrial Organizational Psychology and Management
An Introduction, an Overview, and Some Reminders A Review of the Correlation Coefficient and Its Properties Testing Correlations for Statistical Significance Applications of Pearson Correlation toExpand
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Social Media in Employee-Selection-Related Decisions
Social media (SM) pervades our society. One rapidly growing application of SM is its use in personnel decision making. Organizations are increasingly searching SM (e.g., Facebook) to gatherExpand
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Self-efficacy beliefs: Comparison of five measures.
In 2 studies, the researchers compared 5 ways of operationalizing self-efficacy that are commonly found in the literature and assessed the antecedents and consequences of self-efficacy on the basisExpand
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Ethnic group differences in measures of job performance: a new meta-analysis.
The authors conducted a new meta-analysis of ethnic group differences in job performance. Given a substantially increased set of data as compared with earlier analyses, the authors were able toExpand
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College grade point average as a personnel selection device: ethnic group differences and potential adverse impact.
  • P. Roth, P. Bobko
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Journal of applied psychology
  • 1 June 2000
College grade point average (GPA) is often used in a variety of ways in personnel selection. Unfortunately, there is little empirical research literature in human resource management that informsExpand
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Moderated regression analysis and Likert scales: too coarse for comfort.
One of the most commonly accepted models of relationships among three variables in applied industrial and organizational psychology is the simple moderator effect. However, many authors haveExpand
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