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Animated demonstrations versus text: A comparison of training methods
The use of animated demonstrations to teach computer software procedures is becoming more common, but previous research has been ambivalent about their value. This study compared animated demonstrations and text instructions ...
Automatic and controlled processes in leadership recognition: Investigating the impact of information load, need for leadership, and time delay
It has been theorized that leadership recognition is the product of an automatic categorization process in which individuals compare a set of observed behaviors to a leadership prototype and then, given a sufficient match, ...
An investigation of multiple models of the underlying factors of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) items
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator's (MBTI) extensive use in businesses, educational institutions and in career counseling coupled with growing criticism regarding its validity demands that critical research answer the question ...
Optimal contracts for trade restrictions
This paper addresses the question of how the government should elicit cost information from a high or low domestic industry to determine socially optimal levels of imports. The results are shown to depend on whether firms ...
Choreographing culture: Dance, folklore, and the politics of identity in Turkey
Processes of transnational restructuring have significant, if complex, effects on local tradition. Turkey has been greatly effected by such transformations in the performative arenas of public culture which mediate between ...
Publicly expressed confidence ratings in computer-mediated-communication
It has been hypothesized that social influence processes are altered in computer-mediated-communication (CMC) due to the lack on non-verbal information available across a computer. In these three studies, confidence ratings ...