Mentors' perceptions of negative mentoring experiences: scale development and nomological validation.

@article{Eby2008MentorsPO,
  title={Mentors' perceptions of negative mentoring experiences: scale development and nomological validation.},
  author={Lillian T. Eby and Jaime Rae Durley and Sarah Carr Evans and Belle Rose Ragins},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={93 2},
  pages={
          358-73
        }
}
Three studies were conducted to develop a psychometrically sound, multidimensional measure of mentors' perceptions of negative experiences with their protégés. In Study 1, items were developed, and content-related validity was established. In Study 2, CFA was used to establish the dimensionality of the new measure. Construct-related (convergent and discriminant) and criterion-related validity evidence were also obtained by using data from matched mentor-protégé dyads. Study 3 replicated the… CONTINUE READING

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