Brian Whitaker Ph.D.

There are 7 included publications by Brian Whitaker Ph.D.:

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The Antecedents Of Moral Imagination In The Workplace: A Social Cognitive Theory Perspective 2013 1419 As corporate scandals proliferate, organizational researchers and practitioners have made calls for research providing guidance for those wishing to influence positive moral decision-making and behavior in the workplace. This study incorporates socia...
Assessing The Measurement Invariance Of Latent Job Satisfaction Ratings Across Survey Administration Modes For Respondent Subgroups: A MIMIC Modeling Approach 2007 263 To date, many studies have assessed the measurement invariance of a wide variety of measures across Internet and paper-and-pencil conditions; however a relative dearth exists in the literature investigating measurement invariance across administrati...
The Development And Validation Of A New Machiavellianism Scale 2008 861 A new measure of Machiavellianism, the Machiavellian Personality Scale (MPS), was developed and validated over two studies. Machiavellianism is conceptualized as one’s propensity to distrust others, engage in amoral manipulation, seek control over ot...
The Development Of A Feedback Environment And Role Clarity Model Of Job Performance 2007 538 Researchers have recently begun recognizing the impact of contextual factors on important organizational outcomes. This study, involving 170 subordinate-supervisor dyads, develops a model that demonstrates that subordinates who perceive a supportive ...
Discharge Policy Information In The Job Offer Letter: Its Impact On Recruit Perceptions Of Psychological Contract Formation And Organizational Attraction 2012 222 Using a 2×2 design, this study incorporates psychological contract theory andthe “good cause norm” to investigate discharge policy information and implied promises of job security on reactions to the job offer letter. Results indicate that while embe...
Internet-Based Attitude Assessment: Does Gender Affect Measurement Equivalence? 2007 303 As researchers and practitioners increasingly turn to the Internet as a data collection medium, investigating the differential effects of administration mode on data quality becomes increasingly important. To date, no research has investigated whethe...
Linking Feedback Quality And Goal Orientation To Feedback Seeking And Job Performance 2012 667 Contemporary feedback researchers have adopted theoretical perspectives in which personal characteristics interact with aspects of the feedback environment to influence feedback-related perceptions, feedback seeking, and job performance. To test thes...