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Interpersonal facilitation and job dedication as separate facets of contextual performance.
This study attempts to refine the construct of contextual performance by dividing it into 2 narrower constructs, interpersonal facilitation and job dedication. Supervisors rated 975 U.S. Air Force…
Task Performance and Contextual Performance: The Meaning for Personnel Selection Research
This article distinguishes between task and contextual activities, and a taxonomy of contextual performance containing elements of organizational citizenship behavior and prosocial organizational…
A Theory of Individual Differences in Task and Contextual Performance
This article describes a theory of job performance that assumes that job performance is behavioral, episodic, evaluative, and multidimensional. It defines job performance as the aggregated value to…
Prosocial Organizational Behaviors
The construct of prosocial organizational behavior is defined and 13 specific forms are described. They vary according to whether they are functional or dysfunctional for organizational…
Personality predictors of citizenship performance
This article briefly introduces the criterion construct, citizenship performance, describes how this construct is different from task performance and presents a recently derived 3-dimension model of…
An alternative selection procedure: The low-fidelity simulation.
Creation d'un test de simulation de faible fidelite pour selectionner a l'entree les dirigeants de l'industrie des telecommunications. La simulation montre des postulants en diverses situations de…
Effects of task performance and contextual performance on systemic rewards.
- J. V. Van Scotter, S. J. Motowidlo, T. Cross
- PsychologyThe Journal of applied psychology
- 1 August 2000
Evidence from 2 samples of Air Force mechanics supported the hypothesis that contextual performance affects employees' career advancement and rewards over time, andalyses using correlations corrected for unreliability suggest these results cannot be attributed to measurement error.
Evidence that task performance should be distinguished from contextual performance.
This study tests the merit of the distinction made by W. C. Borman and S. J. Motowidlo (1993) between task performance and contextual performance. Supervisors rated 421 U.S. Air Force mechanics on…
Some Basic Issues Related to Contextual Performance and Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Human Resource Management
- S. J. Motowidlo
- 1 March 2000
Occupational stress: its causes and consequences for job performance.
Patterns of covariation between subjective stress and job performance are examined and relations with individual characteristics, job conditions, stressful work events, and affective states are explored.