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Performance cue effects in work behavior ratings: Memory or response bias?
This study examined whether a memory or response bias mediated the effects of performance cues on observers' recollections of a work group's behavior. Fifty-nine subjects observed a film of a group at work. Then, immediately ...
Are four heads better than one? Comparing groups and individuals on behavioral rating accuracy
The main objective of this research was to determine whether differences between group and individual accuracy on behavioral rating tasks are due to differences in memory sensitivity or to systematic differences in the ...
The influence of dimension concreteness on assessors' judgments
Assessment center dimensions have often been found to be low in convergent and discriminant validity (Hinrichs & Haanpera, 1976; Sackett & Dreher, 1982; Sackett & Hakel, 1979; Turnage & Muchinsky, 1982). Assessors' use of ...
The effects of motivation on social information processing
Studies examining processing of information which is consistent and inconsistent with an expectancy have not been able to conclusively determine which of these types of items has a memory advantage. Recent research indicates ...
Context effects in a group interaction exercise
Context effects are a robust finding in psychology and are manifested in the form of assimilation effects and contrast effects. Assimilation effects occur when judgments of a target stimulus are biased toward the level of ...