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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...