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The Generalizability of Knowledge as Measured by a Single-Response Situational Judgment Test Across Domains
The current investigation examined the consistency of two different types of procedural knowledge as measured by a single-response Situational Judgment Test (SJT) across three different professions, including those of a ...
Measuring implicit and explicit attitudes toward foreign-accented speech
The purpose of this research was to investigate the nature of listeners' attitudes toward foreign-accented speech and the manner in which those attitudes are formed. This study measured 165 participants' implicit and ...
The role of age in causal attributions for poor performance: Target and rater effects
Previous research has demonstrated that raters evaluate the performance of older and younger targets differently as a function of the raters' ages (e.g., Shore, Cleveland, & Goldberg, 2003). This discrepancy may result ...