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A Review and Synthesis of the Measurement Invariance Literature: Suggestions, Practices, and Recommendations for Organizational Research
The establishment of measurement invariance across groups is a logical prerequisite to conducting substantive cross-group comparisons (e.g., tests of group mean differences, invariance of structuralExpand
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An excitatory amino-acid transporter with properties of a ligand-gated chloride channel
EXCITATORY amino-acid transporters (EAATs) in the central nervous system maintain extracellular glutamate concentrations below excitotoxic levels and may limit the activation of glutamate receptors.Expand
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Longitudinal Research: The Theory, Design, and Analysis of Change
The purpose of this article is to present cutting-edge research on issues relating to the theory, design, and analysis of change. Rather than a highly technical review, our goal is to provideExpand
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Toward a Further Understanding of and Improvement in Measurement Invariance Methods and Procedures
Recognizing that measurement invariance was rarely tested for in organizational research, and that it should be, Vandenberg and Lance elaborated on the importance of conducting tests of measurementExpand
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The Impact of High Involvement Work Processes on Organizational Effectiveness
Using a second-order latent variable approach with 3,570 participants across 49 organizations, the current study examined the impact of high involvement work processes upon organizationalExpand
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A Central Question in Cross-Cultural Research: Do Employees of Different Cultures Interpret Work-related Measures in an Equivalent Manner?
Within the present research, a covariance structure analytic procedure is applied to test the stability and transferability of organizational measures between groups in cross-cultural research.Expand
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The Chloride Permeation Pathway of a Glutamate Transporter and Its Proximity to the Glutamate Translocation Pathway*
Excitatory amino acid transporters (EAATs) regulate glutamate concentrations in the brain to maintain normal excitatory synaptic transmission. A widely accepted view of transporters is that theyExpand
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Examining the Causal Order of Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment
Four hypotheses have been advanced regarding the causal relationship between job satisfaction and organizational commitment: (a) satisfaction causes commitment, (b) commitment causes satisfaction,Expand
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Integrating managerial perceptions and transformational leadership into a work‐unit level model of employee involvement
Employee involvement is an organizational phenomenon that has received increasing empirical attention. Although much research has examined the outcomes of involvement at the organization level,Expand
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Mechanisms of glutamate transport.
L-Glutamate is the predominant excitatory neurotransmitter in the mammalian central nervous system and plays important roles in a wide variety of brain functions, but it is also a key player in theExpand
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