Understanding Self-Report Bias in Organizational Behavior Research

@article{Donaldson2002UnderstandingSB,
  title={Understanding Self-Report Bias in Organizational Behavior Research},
  author={S. Donaldson and E. Grant-Vallone},
  journal={Journal of Business and Psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={17},
  pages={245-260}
}
  • S. Donaldson, E. Grant-Vallone
  • Published 2002
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Business and Psychology
  • Self-report and mono-method bias often threaten the validity of research conducted in business settings and thus hinder the development of theories of organizational behavior. This paper outlines a conceptual framework for understanding factors that influence the motivation of an employee to bias his or her responses to questions posed by organizational researchers. Using a longitudinal, multitrait-multimethod dataset, we illustrate various aspects of the problem and argue that traditional… CONTINUE READING
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