Ethics and Values in Industrial-Organizational Psychology

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Author Index

A
Abelson, R., 140, 413
Adair, J. G., 339, 346, 348, 349, 366, 371, 379, 413, 437
Adams, E. E, 199, 203, 418
Adams, R. M., 81, 413
Agle, B. R., 153, 236, 272, 413, 447
Ajzen, I., 113, 254, 413
Albee, G. W, 291, 413
Alderfer, C. R, 9, 285, 293, 296, 299, 304, 356, 413
Alge, B. J., 352, 413
Allen, E, 262, 269, 413
Almond, B., 54, 55, 413
Alvares, K. M., 157n53, 430
Ambady, K, 223, 450
Ambrose, M. L., 4, 49, 160
Anderson, R. M., 307, 444
Anderson, S., 170, 414
Angyris, C., 139, 153, 414
Anscombe, G. E. M., 27n9, 414
Aragon, A. S., 344, 379, 380, 418
Arnett, R. C., 126, 426
Arnold, D. W, 309, 414
Aronfreed, J., 112, 414
Aronson, E., 379, 414
Aronson, J., 223, 415, 453
Arrington, R. L., 22n7, 26, 37, 38, 44, 47, 48, 49, 52, 58n23, 59, 66, 67, 148, 415
Asamen, J. K., 343, 420
Ashforth, B. E., 367, 415
Atkins, R., 120, 430
Atoum, A. O., 359n151, 417
Aune, R. K., 359n151, 415
Austin, J., 164, 415
Austin, J. T., 286, 290, 297, 308, 309, 313, 433

B
Badaracco, J. L, 144, 415
Baier, K., 22n7, 415
Baillargeon, R., 92, 427
Baker, D. B., 291, 415
Baker, H. G., 157n53, 434
Baldwin, A. K., 357, 446
Balkin, B. B., 171, 428
Balkin, D. B., 171, 415
Ball-Rokeach, S. J., 137, 149, 415, 447
Balsam, X, 165, 437
Bandura, A., 86, 102, 108, 116, 117n45, 119, 121, 122, 127, 391, 411, 415, 419
Banks, W., 370, 458
Banks, W. C., 370, 430
Bannon, M. M., 136, 434
Barbaranelli, C., 108, 419
Barber, B., 190, 415
Bar-Hillel, M., 161, 415
Baritz, L., 282, 285, 296, 415
Barkema, H. C., 173, 415
Barnes, J. L., 160, 436
Barnett, R., 454
Barnett, T., 123, 125, 415

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