Издательство SAGE Publications по журналам "Organizational Research Methods"
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(Sage Publications, 19980101)The adequate measurement of abstract constructs is perhaps the greatest challenge to understanding the behavior of people in organizations. Problems with the reliability and validity of measures used on survey questionnaires ...

(Sage Publications, 19980101)A key assumption underlying methods of construct validation is that constructs and their indicators are represented at the appropriate depth (i.e., the specificity versus generality of constructs and their indicators). ...

(Sage Publications, 19980701)In the regressiondiscontinuity (RD) design, scores on a pretreatment measure (assignment variable) determine assignment to groups such that respondents above a certain score are assigned to one group, whereas respondents ...

(Sage Publications, 19980701)Balance in research methods is well recognized for improving knowledge in the field. Despite this, a review of published studies suggests that behavioral simulation has been severely underused. With this in mind, simulations ...

(Sage Publications, 19981001)Methods variance and its effects are at the center of a debate in organizational science. Most of the debate, however, is focused on the prevalence of common methods variance and ignores common methods bias, or the divergence ...

(Sage Publications, 19981001)A new form of sampling for qualitative content analysis is introducedconcept sampling. Making use of software originally targeted at finding documents on both the Internet and a user's hard drive, researchers can find ...

(Sage Publications, 19980101)In this article, the authors argue that turnover correlations do not need to be corrected. First, they maintain that correction formulas cannot correct for poor construct validity. Second, they discuss the original purposes ...

(Sage Publications, 19980101)Early work in strategic management emphasized single case studies, followed by research on corporate diversification strategy, firm heterogeneity, strategic groups, and generic business strategies. Intermediate work added ...

(Sage Publications, 19980401)Recent evidence supports the use of the correlated uniqueness model over the general confirmatory factor analysis model for multitraitmultimethod (MTMM) data The former provides no method factor loadings and therefore no ...

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(Sage Publications, 19980401)In the past three decades we have seen the emergence of the generalized linear model (GLM) techniques for analyzing discrete multivariate data when the independent and dependent variables are categorical, ordinal, or mixed. ...

(Sage Publications, 19981001)In the organizational literature, the impact of group size on the magnitude of the grouplevel correlation has not been explicitly delineated, despite the fact that group sizes vary considerably in organizational research. ...

(Sage Publications, 19980701)Homogeneity of withinsubgroup error (residual) variance is a necessary statistical assumption for the appropriate use of moderated multiple regression (MMR) for assessing the effects of categorical moderator variables ...

(Sage Publications, 19981001)It is often appropriate to weight variables to form a composite for making decisions. Examples include selection systems, organizational performance criteria, test items, and decision modeling. Frequently, criterionbased ...

(Sage Publications, 19980401)People often rely on reasoning processes whose purpose is to enhance the logical appeal of their behavioral choices. These reasoning processes will be referred to as justification mechanisms. People favor only certain types ...

(Sage Publications, 19980401)Statistical conclusion validity is concerned with an integrated evaluation of statistical power, significance testing, and effect size. A lack of attention to the integrated argument occurs because of an emphasis on ...

(Sage Publications, 19981001)The concept of change over time is fundamental to many phenomena investigated in organizational research. This didactically oriented article proposes an integrative approach incorporating longitudinal mean and covariance ...

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(Sage Publications, 19980701)Previous research has suggested that there exists a bias in the social sciences against noeffect hypotheses. This is regrettable given the importance of establishing not only when an effect does occur but also the boundary ...
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