Research Methods for Organizational Studies

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AUTHOR INDEX

A
Abelson, R.P., 287
Alwin, D.F., 391
Aquinis, H., 391

B
Bangert-Drowns, R.L., 300, 310
Baron, R.M., 391
Barrett, G.V., 66
Bernstein, I.H., 66
Bevier, C.A., 311
Blalock, H.M., Jr., 66
Bloom, M.C., 308
Bobko, P., 220
Bradburn, N.M., 66
Bretz, R.D., Jr., 311

C
Campbell, D.T., xxi, 66, 133
Campbell, J.P., 66, 357
Cardinal, L.B., 311
Cascio, W.F., 311
Cavender, J.W., 311
Cochran, W.G., 133
Cohen, J., 220, 287, 338, 342, 357, 391
Cohen, P., 220, 287, 338, 342, 357, 391
Cook, T., xxi, 133
Cook, T.D., 133
Cortina, J.M., 357
Craig, J.R., 73
Cronbach, L.J., 66, 357, 391
Cryer, J.D., 220

D
Daft, 321
Davis, 55f
Donner, A., 342

E
England, 55f
Erez, A., 308n

F
Fiske, D.W., 66
Frees, E.W., 220, 391

G
Ghiselli, E.E., 66, 357
Glass, G.V., 303n, 304n, 310
Gleser, G.C., 357
Griffeth, R.W., 311
Guion, R.M., 307n, 311

H
Haberfeld, Y., 311
Hackett, R.D., 307n, 311
Hagen, R.L., 287
Hauser, R.M., 391
Hays, W.L., 220
Hedges, L.V., 310

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