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Are all mentors equal? The impact of diversity on mentoring relationships
This study examined the influence of mentor matching on job attitudes and the extent to which this relationship was mediated by the amount of gay-specific mentor functions gay and lesbian workers receive and further ...
Physical attractiveness biases in ratings of employment suitability: In search of the "beauty is beastly" effect
The "beauty is beastly" effect, in which physically attractive females are held at a disadvantage in selection for male sex-typed jobs, is often cited in the physical attractiveness bias research, but has rarely ever been ...
Content and delivery in charismatic leadership: Effects on follower satisfaction, performance, and attributions of charisma
Despite differences among theories, both visionary content and an expressive delivery are consistently associated with charismatic leadership (Awamleh & Gardner, 1999; Holladay & Coombs, 1994). The current study investigated ...
Through a glass darkly: Factors influencing the perception of bias
The current study focuses on understanding how individuals perceive bias. Using fictitious candidates for a job in differently discriminating companies, this study investigated three sets of factors hypothesized to contribute ...
Affirmative reaction: The influence of type of justification on nonbeneficiary attitudes toward affirmative action plans in higher education
It is popularly believed that justifying an affirmative action plan (AAP) through emphasizing the advantages that diverse students can bring to a college campus will increase nonbeneficiary support for the program. However, ...
Training design, self-efficacy, and transfer: Resolving a paradox
A possible paradox arises from two major paradigms in the literature studying transfer: designing training to increase transfer (e.g., by including task variation) may lead to lower self-efficacy. The present study ...