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Is there judgment bias in the assessment center method?
Recent analyses of assessment center ratings have demonstrated that assessors who are trained to make dimension-based assessments may instead base their judgments on information other than dimension performance. This study ...
Can semantic knowledge organization be revealed through automatic semantic priming?
Many researchers have assumed that testing for semantic priming in a lexical decision task assesses whether aphasic patients have preserved automatic semantic processing. However, research with normal subjects has shown ...
Industry and trade policy: A case study of stagnation in Nigeria
The adoption of import oriented policies introduced distortions into the economy which caused Nigeria to ignore resource-based industry in agriculture, petroleum and metal production. The resulted in the transfer of ...
Perspectives on nominalization
Discussion of nominalization (NZN) is possible only within a general theory of grammatical categories and processes. For a cross-linguistic analysis, it is preferable to adopt a function-based definition of categories, in ...
Discriminating information source: Inference versus observation
People rely extensively on inference as a source of information, and sometimes they confuse inference with observation. Specifically, inferred information is sometimes mistaken for observed information. Such confusion of ...