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Author:Edward L. Levine , David P. Baker
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business and Psychology, 1992, Vol.7 (2), pp.173-188Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The purpose of this project was to develop and validate an entry level written exam for the job of deputy sheriff. In addition, the study investigated a novel approach to collecting criterion data-panel appraisals. A 265 item pilot test was developed in order to cove...
Author:Edward L. Levine , Francis Sistrunk ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business and Psychology, 1988, Vol.3 (1), pp.3-21Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Job analysis is an important aspect of human resource management. This study was conceived to further our understanding of how job analysis may best be used to enhance the variety of human resource management activities that rely on it. Nine geographically dispersed ...
Author:Juan I. Sanchez , Edward L. Levine
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business and Psychology, 1994, Vol.9 (1), pp.47-57Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Eighty-six incumbents of three different jobs produced job-analytic ratings using either a decomposed (task-based) or a holistic (job-based) rating strategy. Approximately half of them received rater training in making inferential decisions. When tasks were less comp...
Author:Edward L. Levine
Data Source:[J].Human Resource Management Review, 2009, Vol.20 (1), pp.4-17Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Emotion and power as manifested in forms of social influence have been studied throughout millennia, and have recently enjoyed intense scientific scrutiny. However, their joint effects on important classes of discretionary behaviors in work organizations have not bee...
Author:Juan I. Sanchez , Edward L. Levine
Data Source:[J].Human Resource Management Review, 2008, Vol.19 (2), pp.53-63Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)We argue that Competency Modeling (CM) has the potential to fill an important void in Traditional Job Analysis (TJA), specifically the infusion of strategic concerns in day-to-day employee behavior. Moreover TJA and CM pursue fundamentally different goals, which thos...
Author:Edward L. Levine , Mark A. Smith ...
Data Source:[J].Human Resource Management Review, 2008, Vol.18 (4), pp.311-321Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The purpose of this study was to examine if the non-linear terms in polynomial regression analysis (PRA) explain substantial amounts of variance in assumed outcomes over and above the linear terms. This meta-analysis reviewed a total of 30 studies from 25 articl...
Author:... Dan Ispas , Michael E. Rossi , Edward L. Levine
Data Source:[J].Human Performance, 2012, Vol.25 (5), pp.377-411Taylor & Francis
Abstract:The relationship between affect and job performance has been the topic of previous meta-analytic investigations. However, these studies have been limited by their focus on only one form of affect, trait dimensional affect, or failure to differentiate between various forms of...
Author:Edward L. Levine , Paul E. Spector ...
Data Source:[J].Human Performance, 1996, Vol.9 (1), pp.1-22Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This study looked at the generalizability of several test types for a sample of craft jobs in the utility industry. Results indicated that, in line with previous research, cognitive tests seemed to generalize well across all the job types studied. On the other hand, perceptual an...
Author:Edward L. Levine , Xian Xu ...
Data Source:[J].Human Performance, 2011, Vol.24 (5), pp.405-442Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This series of studies using samples drawn in three diverse cultural contexts—the United States, China, and Romania—focused on the role of discrete emotion feelings (Izard, 2009) in predicting job satisfaction and performance. Our research goals required that we develop and ...

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