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Social-collaborative complexity of work: Implications for ability test validities
The social, collaborative, interpersonal, and interdependence demands of jobs, referred to as social-collaborative complexity (SCC), are rapidly expanding in the work place. One implication for human resources research is ...
"The darker the berry...'': An investigation of skin color effects on perceptions of job suitability
Two experiments were conducted to evaluate the effect of skin color on subsequent ratings of job suitability and to evaluate the influence trait based stereotypes have on these ratings. Results showed that the effect of ...
Effects of prior impressions, time pressure, cognitive complexity, and cognitive ability on information gathering and decision making strategies
Using a computerized information display board, subjects gathered information regarding applicants and subsequently evaluated the applicants. Results showed that subjects with prior impressions operated under a confirmatory ...
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 ...