Research Methods for Organizational Studies

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SUBJECT INDEX

A
Ability, participant's, 54, 335
Academy of Management, 321
α errors, see Type I errors
American Psychological Association, 316, 320
Analyses
applications
multiple correlation and regression, 191–221
simple correlation and regression, 165–190
single variable scores, 149–164
defined, 8, 12
foundations, 137–146
conventions, 142–143
score properties, 139–142
statistics, 138–139
summary, 143–145
of prior research, see Meta-analysis in report writing, 318–319
Attenuation
correction for, 351, 355
due to multicollinearity, 366
due to unreliability
defined, 349–351
formula for, 351, 355

B
Bar chart, 152–153f, 162
Behaviorally Anchored Observation or Rating Scales, 61, 63
Beta coefficients
defined, 200, 211
multicollinearity impact, 361–366
partial, 200–201
inference applications, 285–286
with two independent variables, 200, 212
β errors, see Type II errors
Bias
defined, 75–77, 92
missing data replacement impact, 338
from misspecification, 392
from unequal variances, 392
Bouncing betas, 361
Boundary conditions, see Variables, moderator
Box-score method, 301, 309

C
Cases
defined, 4–5, 12
deletion of
listwise, 335–336, 341
pairwise, 336, 341
in report writing, 317
Causal direction
challenges presented by, 73–75f, 83
in field studies and surveys, 89, 127
Causal models
defined, 369, 388
direct effect form, 372, 374, 373f
evaluation of, 372

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