Who gets credit for input? Demographic and structural status cues in voice recognition.

Abstract

The authors investigate the employee features that, alongside overall voice expression, affect supervisors' voice recognition. Drawing primarily from status characteristics and network position theories, the authors propose and find in a study of 693 employees from 89 different credit union units that supervisors are more likely to credit those reporting… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/apl0000025

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@article{Howell2015WhoGC, title={Who gets credit for input? Demographic and structural status cues in voice recognition.}, author={Taeya M. Howell and David A. Harrison and Ethan R. Burris and James R. Detert}, journal={The Journal of applied psychology}, year={2015}, volume={100 6}, pages={1765-84} }