Bowler, Mark C.

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A Meta-Analysis of Workaholism 2011 91855 This meta-analysis examines the relationship between workaholism and numerous work behaviors and outcomes in an attempt to derive a consensus regarding the current state of our understanding of this construct and clarify the impact that the compulsio...
A Monte Carlo Evaluation of the Application of Variance Partitioning to the Assessment of Construct-related Validity 2012 91855 The present study presents a Monte Carlo evaluation of the application of variance partitioning to the assessment of the construct-related validity of assessment center (AC) post exercise dimension ratings (PEDRs). Data was produced by creating sixte...
Locus of Rater-Ratee Race Effects as Influenced by Rating Source 2011 91855 This study examines the impact of both rater and ratee race on job performance ratings. Traditionally the true nature of race-based distortions to performance ratings is difficult to ascertain due to a lack of true score in performance. By utilizing ...
The Impact of Cognitive Complexity on Frequency-Based Measurement Big Five Measures 2012 91855 Recent research on the factor structure of the Five-Factor Model has called into question the assumption that the five factors are universal across all individuals. Whereas individuals demonstrating average levels of cognitive complexity exhibit the ...
The Personality Correlates of Driving While Intexticated 2012 91855 The present study attempted to identify the antecedents of texting while driving. Specifically this study looks at the relationship between personality traits (i.e. the Big-Five) trait risk taking and the cognitive rationalizations of such behavior. ...
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COGNITIVE COMPLEXITY AND POLITICAL PARTISANSHIP 2012 91855 The relationship between partisan political affiliation and cognitive complexity was examined. It should be noted that cognitive complexity is only loosely correlated with intelligence and for the purposes of this study they should be considered enti...