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Affect -cognition reliance: Measurement and validation
The goal of this study is to examine individual differences in the use of affective and cognitive information when forming attitudes, or affect-cognition reliance (ACR). An empirical measure of this construct is developed ...
Dual process model of personality: Implications for prediction of behavior
The current research examined behavior prediction of implicit and explicit measures of personality. Specifically, I examined the role of cognitive load and information processing in the prediction of behavior by implicit ...
Examination of the impact of the changing nature of work on occupations: A longitudinal study
Much has been written about the changing nature of work. However, past research in this area has tended to investigate changes at a very specific or extremely broad level. The literature on the changing nature of work is ...
Training in dyads: Cost-effective or costly for later performance?
Previous studies have shown dyad training increases efficiency while trainees perform as well as those trained individually. The current studies investigated the effects of dyad training on immediate and delayed performance ...
The effects of manifest ethnic identification on applicant discrimination
In this field experiment, Black, Hispanic, Arab, Asian, and Irish individuals applied for retail jobs with or without visible display of their ethnic identification. Applicants followed a standardized script in which they ...
Work generativity from a life cycle, career stage model, and gender-role perspective: An examination of individual differences and moderating factors that influence work generativity in managers
Changing labor demographics present researchers with a need to explore factors that influence generativity in the workplace by considering stage models of adult development and gender-role frameworks. This study examined ...