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Says Who?: Epistemic Authority Effects in Social Judgment
Publisher Summary This chapter features the concept of ascribed epistemic authority offered as a unique perspective on source effects in social judgment. It assumes that both the self and external… Expand
STRATEGIES TO SECURE COMPLIANCE FOR A MALL INTERCEPT INTERVIEW
Outcome value and early warning indications as determinants of willingness to learn from experience.
In this study of willingness to learn from experience, it was hypothesized that managers would show a negative outcomes bias, that is, a stronger tendency to initiate "learning-from-experience"… Expand
Moderating Effects of Personal Cognitions on Experienced and Perceived Sexual Harassment of Women at the Workplace
This study investigated actual and perceived sexual harassment (SH), as well as the discrepancy between them of women in the workplace, as related to several factual and perceptual variables which… Expand
To Seek or Not to Seek: The Relationship Between Help Seeking and Job Performance Evaluations as Moderated by Task‐Relevant Expertise
The present study explored the relationship between level of employees’ help-seeking behavior and their overall job evaluations. It was hypothesized that employees would seek more help from others… Expand
Applying benchmarking: an organizational learning perspective
We report the results of a field study that examined the application of benchmarking and the nature of its relation- ship to organizational learning practices. The study addresses two issues: the… Expand
Researching under fire: issues for consideration when collecting data and information in war circumstances, with specific reference to relief and reconstruction projects.
The post-Cold War era has witnessed an increased number of conflicts and higher levels of international intervention by the humanitarian community and the military. Those who undertake to research… Expand
Economic Conditions at the Time of Founding and the Founding Parents of the Genealogies
The Small Worlds of Business Groups: Liberalization and Network Dynamics
Developmental changes in separation anxiety in childhood
Abstract Eighty children, 20 boys and girls at each of four age levels (3–4, 7–8, 10–11 and 14–15 years), responded to a Pictorial Experimental Paradigm (PEP) derived from Spielberger's STAIC,… Expand