|Course Engagement as a Mediator between Student-Instructor Personality Fit and Academic Outcomes
||While the positive effects of personality similarity on attraction are well established, this research has made a limited transition to the person-environment (P-E) fit research. Following Schneider’s (1987) attraction-selection-attrition model based...
|A Hierarchical Factor Analysis of a Safety Culture Survey
||A positive safety culture can lead to a decrease in organizational injury and disaster statistics as well as the costs associated from those injuries. A safety culture literature review suggested there were some constructs that needed expansion and ...
|Narcissism and Performance in a Management Education Teamwork Project
||Based on the extant literature, we integrate Self-Enhancement theory and Social Exchange theory to hypothesize that individual-level maladaptive subclinical narcissism will be negatively related to peer performance ratings and that team-level maladap...
|The Cost of Participation: Reducing Response Effort to Increase Participation and Quality in Peer-To-Peer Observations
||Behavior-based safety (BBS) systems have shown to be effective in decreasing injury rates in industry. Typical BBS systems use a peer-to-peer observation via a critical behavior checklist (CBC) to measure the rates of safe and at-risk behavior for o...
|Can Preschool Age Children Be Grouped By Temperament? A Quantitative Analysis Of Survey Data
||Temperament is a widely researched construct and has significant influence in people’s lives. Still, theorists differ on their approaches to and perspectives on this topic. In their famous New York Longitudinal Study (NYLS), Thomas, Chess, and Birch ...