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Individual differences in the perception of confinement
There has been an abundance of research on people in confined environments. However, when investigating the negative effects associated with working or living in confined environments, the literature has generally tended ...
On the independence of spatial ability from verbal ability
Four studies were conducted to examine three issues: (1) the relationship between spatial and verbal ability, (2) the relationship between spatial ability and social intelligence, and (3) sex differences in the relationship ...
Effect of social context on recognition memory
Experiments reported here examine the susceptibility of memory to social influence. In Experiments 1 and 2, the subject's recognition memory for a list of words was tested in the presence of another respondent, with the ...
Transfer of hypothesis testing strategy in fault diagnosis
Transfer of training is the degree to which a skill or principle learned in one environment can be applied in another environment. Most research that demonstrates transfer relies on the use of hints or explicit instructions ...
Similarity as an organizing principle in primary memory
The role of stimulus similarity as an organizing principle in immediate memory was explored in a series of experiments. Each experiment involved the presentation of a short sequence of items. The items were drawn from two ...
LEADERSHIP: AN INFLUENTIAL INCREMENT
Katz and Kahn (1978) defined leadership as "an influential increment over and above compliance with routine directives of the organization" (p. 528). Methodological shortcomings in previous tests of this concept prohibit ...