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Author:... Brian D. Blume , J. Kevin Ford , Timothy T. Baldwin
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business and Psychology, 2015, Vol.30 (4), pp.709-732Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br) Purpose(#br)Research on transfer of training has been characterized by a lack of precision in distinguishing between the ability to transfer (i.e., “can do”), and the motivation to transfer (i.e., “will do”). Drawing from job performance research that has ...
Author:Stephen L. Yelon , J. Kevin ford , William A. Anderson
Data Source:[J].Medical Teacher(IF 1.824), 2014, Vol.36 (11), pp.945-950Informa Healthcare
Abstract:Abstract Physicians serving as faculty in medical schools are taught medical skill and knowledge, but are usually not taught how to be competent teachers, researchers and leaders. Medical schools can provide the appropriate training for academic faculty by providing faculty devel...
Author:J. Kevin Ford , Eric A. Surface
Data Source:[J].Human Resource Management Review, 2017Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)We expand our understanding of the training transfer process by developing the Dynamic Transfer Model (DTM). We develop and examine linkages between intentions to transfer, the initial attempts to utilize training, and the integration of feedback received from the tr...
Author:J. Kevin Ford , Kurt Kraiger
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business and Psychology, 1993, Vol.7 (4), pp.421-429Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This study presents the results of a predictive validity study of the Multijurisdictional Police Officer Examination (MPOE). The MPOE is a paper-and-pencil test of cognitive abilities developed to select entry level police officers. Criterion measures for the study i...
Author:... Jason L. Huang , J. Kevin Ford , Aaron M. Schmidt
Data Source:[J].Journal of Business and Psychology, 2011, Vol.26 (4), pp.423-435Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br) Purpose(#br)This study examines a pretraining intervention to enhance transfer of training. The learning-state analog of locus of control was the target for intervention designed to impact motivation to learn which in turn would affect knowledge acquisition and...
Author:Jason L. Huang , J. Kevin Ford , Ann Marie Ryan
Data Source:[J].Personnel Psychology, 2017, Vol.70 (3), pp.557-596Wiley
Abstract:The empirical findings from training transfer research rest on a rather static view of the transfer phenomenon, ignoring potential within‐person change in transfer over time. This study investigates within‐person variability in mastery goal orientation together with variabil...
Author:Timothy T. Baldwin , J. Kevin Ford , Brian D. Blume
Data Source:[J].Human Resource Development Quarterly, 2017, Vol.28 (1), pp.17-28Wiley
Abstract:Over the past 30 years, there has been an explosion of research in the human resource development (HRD) literature devoted to transfer of training ‐ and much has been learned. Yet despite recent demands for evidence‐based practice, too little of the science of transfer is in...
Author:Jason L. Huang , J. Kevin Ford
Data Source:[J].Transportation Research Part F: Psychology and Behaviour, 2012, Vol.15 (3), pp.358-368Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Locus of control perceptions have been used to predict driving safety as a stable, dispositional variable. Based on social learning theory, this study tested whether a defensive driving training program coupled with observer feedback could influence domain-speci...
Author:Stephen L. Yelon , J. Kevin Ford
Data Source:[J].Performance Improvement Quarterly, 2016, Vol.29 (3), pp.201-230Wiley
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Throughout their lives, individuals accumulate and apply lessons learned from instruction and experience. It is unclear how they transfer these lessons to become accomplished in their fields. In this exploratory study, we develop grounded hypotheses about the relatio...

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