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«Personnel psychology and human resource management»





What Do We Need to Know?With Whom is the Contract Made?Content-focused MeasuresTurnover Intention and TurnoverATTITUDES TO, AND OUTCOMES OF, MULTI-RATER FEEDBACKUTILITY ANALYSISA TAXONOMY OF LEARNING STRATEGIES FOR OCCUPATIONAL TRAININGDefining Voluntary TurnoverNational CultureSTRUCTURE OF ABILITIESBIODATATraining in Learning Strategies: OverviewAssessor CharacteristicsCONTEMPORARY CONTRACTSCorrelates of Self-awarenessPerformance ImplicationsTHE STRESS MODELSmoking and DrinkingTHE CONFLICT MODELBetween-Unit DifferencesThe Psychological Contract as a Driver of BehaviourThe Nature of the CommitmentAbsence and Other 'Withdrawal' BehaviorsInstitutional NetworksDimensionsTHE GLOBAL INTEGRATION OF HR PROCESSES: CONTRADICTIONS IN CURRENT THINKINGCONTEMPORARY RESEARCH ON ABSENCE FROM WORK: CORRELATES, CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCESCONTEXTVEHICLEThe Future of Multi-source, Multi-level Feedback SystemsEarly ConceptualizationsModerators, Macro Factors, and Methodological IssuesFairness and Similarity: Near Identity of Cognitive StructureTHE ORGANIZATION AS A 'COOPERATIVE SYSTEM' OF EXCHANGEASSESSMENT CENTERExploding AssumptionsOTHER PREDICTORSTHE MEDICAL MODELThe Approaches to Studying Inventory (AS!)THE NATURE OF LEARNING STRATEGIESLinks with Organizational CultureSelf-correcting ContractsExtra-role Performance and Organizational CitizenshipCorrelates of CommitmentVIOLATION OF THE CONTRACT: PROMISES OR EXPECTATIONS?Self-ratingsTHEORETICAL MODELS'Contracting' versus 'Contracts'Decision ModelsConsequences of CommitmentPsychological DisorderACKNOWLEDGEMENTSDEMOGRAPHIC MODELSPeer RatingsRESULTSNorms and Other Social MechanismsThe Dynamics of Contracting – the Need for Individuated DealsAvoidability and Organizational ControlSome Further Points on Self-assessment and Self-awarenessProcess ModelsRESEARCHING INTERNATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN SELECTION METHOD USEJob PerformanceORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENTSimulation ExercisesPERSONALITYTypes of Psychological ContractThe Inventory of Learning Styles in Higher Education (ILS)RATING PROCESSEvaluationThe Organization as a Framework for Contracting – the Drive to Develop 'New Deals'THE PROCESS OF CONTRACTING MULTI-SOURCE FEEDBACK SYSTEMS: A RESEARCH PERSPECTIVECOGNITIVE ABILITYCONSEQUENCESRECENT STUDIESJob Search and Voluntary TurnoverPhysiological CorrelatesCONCEPTUALIZATION AND MEASUREMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENTSystem MethodologyEmployee Health and Well-beingAssessee CharacteristicsINTERVIEWModel Content'Individuals Hold Psychological Contracts, Organizations Do Not'Dimensions of On-the-job PerformanceLEARNING STRATEGIES AND OCCUPATIONAL TRAININGMETA-ANALYSESLearning Strategies, Ability and MotivationReactions and Acceptance of Developmental FeedbackTraining in Behavioural StrategiesNexus of OgB and Occupational PerformanceGENERAL COGNITIVE ABILITYLearning Strategies and StylesOrganizational ConsequencesROLESInternal and External CustomersSubordinate RatingsAntecedents of CommitmentOrganizational CommitmentCHANGING NATURE OF EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEE RELATIONSMSMR for Appraisal, or for Development?The Development ProcessMETHODOLOGICAL ADVANCESEPILOGUEI. PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGYTHE DEVIANCE MODELLEARNING STRATEGIES AND LEARNING SUCCESS: CROSS- SECTIONAL STUDIESII. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTLEARNING STRATEGIES AND INDUSTRIAL- ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGYDiversity and MSMR FeedbackJOB KNOWLEDGE TESTSAbsenteeism and TardinessEXPLAINING NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN SELECTION METHOD USESOCIETAL EFFECTSPERSONNEL SELECTION METHODSEconomic FactorsOrganisational FactorsSOCIAL AND CULTURAL MODELSLEARNING STRATEGIES AND LEARNING SUCCESS: TRAINING INTERVENTIONSOPERATIONALIZING THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT Types of Contract MeasurementHierarchical ModelsThe Inventory of Learning Processes (ILP)SYSTEM METHODOLOGY AND ORGANISATIONAL FACTORS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON MSMR FEEDBACKTHE ECONOMIC MODELCausal ModelsProcess-focused MeasuresSPECIFIC ABILITY, KNOWLEDGE, AND NONCOGNITIVE TRAITSGENERAL COGNITIVE ABILITY AND OCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCETHE CONTENT AND CHARACTER OF THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACTRELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSTRUCTS: OLD WINE IN NEW BOTTLES?The Psychological Contract as a Cognitive-perceptual EntityIMPLICATIONS OF NATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN SELECTION METHOD USETraining MeasuresTHE CONSEQUENCES OF ABSENCEThe Psychological Contract as an Implicit, Relationship-based AgreementRole-playerUNDERSTANDING THE ASSESSMENT CENTRE PROCESS: WHERE ARE WE NOW?Diversity and the Multicultural Working WorldBehavioural Strategies and SuccessCORRELATES OF gOther Outcome MeasuresAre Relational and Transactional Contracts Independently or Inversely Related?SELF-ASSESSMENT AND SELF-AWARENESSDEVELOPMENT OF COMMITMENTSelf-regulatory Strategies and SuccessThe Learning and Study Strategies Inventory (LASSI)PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF RATINGS MADE BY DIFFERENT RATER GROUPSTHE WITHDRAWAL MODELAge and TenureNOTESDistinct Dimensional Assessment as Basis for Developmental FeedbackIntegration ProcedureThe Psychological Contract as Perceived 'Obligations of Reciprocity'Training in Cognitive StrategiesGenderAPPLICANT REACTIONS AND ATTITUDESPSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACTS: EMPLOYEE RELATIONS FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY?Limited Capacity ModelLee and Mitchell's (1994) Unfolding ModelPROCESS AND DECISION MODELSPainOrganizational Policies and PracticesTraining in Self-regulation StrategiesChanges in Ratings as a Result of FeedbackCross-Level and Multi-Level EffectsExpert ModelLearning Strategies, Abilities and Study SkillsJob SatisfactionIn-role Job PerformanceThe Process of Contract-making or Psychological ContractingINTERNATIONAL USES OF SELECTION METHODSOCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCEObservation and Rating InstrumentAn Integration of the Multidimensional ApproachesProcess ModelsThe New DealYEARS OF VOLUNTARY TURNOVER RESEARCH: A REVIEW AND CRITIQUERational ModelAnswering CritiquesCognitive Strategies and SuccessPERFORMANCE AND JOB ANALYSIS ISSUESOrganizational CommitmentTHE MEASUREMENT OF LEARNING STRATEGIESJob AnalysisThe Focus of CommitmentThe Motivated Strategies for Learning Questionnaire (MSLQ)A Shift from Relational to Transactional Contracts?Developmental Actions as a Result of the FeedbackOther Inventories of Learning StrategiesEARLY STUDIESPHYSICAL AND PSYCHOMOTOR ABILITIESDE-GENDERING THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACTRegulatory EnvironmentPsychological CorrelatesNew Ways of WorkingINTERNATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN SELECTION METHOD USE
 
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