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The influence of stereotype suppression on the processing of stereotypic and non-stereotypic information from a structured interview
The applicability of the theory of ironic processes of mental control (Wegner, 1994, 1997) to stereotype suppression was investigated in the context of information processing during structured employment interviews. ...
Biases toward pregnant women in the workplace
The current study investigates reactions toward pregnant women in the workplace. Participants in an online study watched a video of an applicant (depicted as either pregnant or nonpregnant) for a professional development ...
Child care disruptions and working mothers: An experience sampling method approach
Within the last three decades the number of single-parent and dual career families in this country have nearly doubled resulting in a steady increase in the demand for high-quality, safe child care to replace the care once ...
Effects of work attitudes on reactions to a pending corporate acquisition: A qualitative and quantitative investigation
This study is a snapshot of employee reactions to a pending acquisition at a specific point in the acquisition process---four months after the acquisition announcement and two weeks prior to a final shareholder vote to ...
The role of race in organization choice: Are differences Black and White?
Several recent findings suggest that there are racial differences in organizational attraction. This study examines these differences using a sample of 258 undergraduate and graduate students. In an Internet "virtual site ...
Managers' distribution of developmental experiences in the workplace
The current research investigates the amount and quality of the developmental work experiences engaged in by male and female managers. Managers reported the extent to which they had participated in ten quantitative work ...