A meta-analytical integration of over 40 years of research on diversity training evaluation.

@article{Bezrukova2014AMI,
  title={A meta-analytical integration of over 40 years of research on diversity training evaluation.},
  author={Katerina Bezrukova and Chester S. Spell and Jamie L. Perry and Karen A. Jehn},
  journal={Psychological bulletin},
  year={2014},
  volume={142 11},
  pages={
          1227-1274
        }
}
  • Katerina Bezrukova, Chester S. Spell, +1 author Karen A. Jehn
  • Published in Psychological bulletin 2014
  • Medicine
  • This meta-analysis of 260 independent samples assessed the effects of diversity training on 4 training outcomes over time and across characteristics of training context, design, and participants. Models from the training literature and psychological theory on diversity were used to generate theory-driven predictions. The results revealed an overall effect size (Hedges g) of .38 with the largest effect being for reactions to training and cognitive learning; smaller effects were found for… CONTINUE READING

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