Toward an integrated model of applicant reactions and job choice

@article{Chapman2006TowardAI,
  title={Toward an integrated model of applicant reactions and job choice},
  author={Derek Chapman and Jane Webster},
  journal={The International Journal of Human Resource Management},
  year={2006},
  volume={17},
  pages={1032 - 1057}
}
Previous research on applicant reactions to selection procedures has mainly emphasized the importance of procedural justice. However, much of this work has not examined other applicant reaction mechanisms (such as signals and expectancy) or additional variables known to influence job choice (e.g. pay, location and marketability). In contrast, this longitudinal field study took these other mechanisms and variables into account through the examination of the job choice processes of 588 applicants… 
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