Exploring how constraints created by other people influence intraindividual variation in objective performance measures.

@article{Stewart2007ExploringHC,
  title={Exploring how constraints created by other people influence intraindividual variation in objective performance measures.},
  author={Greg L. Stewart and Amit Kumar Nandkeolyar},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={92 4},
  pages={1149-58}
}
Objective performance indicators have low test-retest reliability, particularly in complex jobs. Yet, little is actually known about the reasons why objective performance indicators lack temporal stability. The authors address this issue by using data from a sample of 106 professional football players to explore how the actions of other people influence intraindividual variation in performance. Results suggest that weekly measures of performance outcome exhibit substantial variability within… CONTINUE READING

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