Interviewers' perceptions of impression management in employment interviews

@article{Roulin2014InterviewersPO,
  title={Interviewers' perceptions of impression management in employment interviews},
  author={Nicolas Roulin and Adrian Bangerter and Julia Levashina},
  journal={Journal of Managerial Psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={29},
  pages={141-163}
}
Purpose – Applicants often use impression management (IM) in employment interviews, and such tactics can considerably influence interviewers' evaluations of their performance. Yet, little research has examined interviewers' perceptions of such behaviors. This paper aims to examine if interviewers' perceptions of various IM behaviors converge with applicants' self-reports and the impact of interviewers' IM perceptions on interview outcomes. Design/methodology/approach – Findings are based on… 

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