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A psychometric study of work engagement in an American sample

  title={A psychometric study of work engagement in an American sample},
  author={Evie M. Muilenburg-Trevino},
Dean of the Graduate College iii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS There have many individuals who have contributed to my success in this dissertation project and throughout my doctoral study. To begin, I am grateful for the support of Dr. Dale Fuqua, my advisor and chair. Undoubtedly, the quality of this project is greatly due to his mentorship and guidance. I learned a great deal from our conversations on theory and statistical analyses. I am also fortunate to have the support of wonderful committee members… 

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