TOC: Org Res Methods


Organizational Research Methods, 10(4)

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Organizational Research Methods 

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October, 2007

Multilevel Methods: Future Directions in Measurement, Longitudinal Analyses, and Nonnormal Outcomes
Paul D. Bliese, David Chan, and Robert E. Ployhart [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Does the Measure of Dispersion Matter in Multilevel Research? A Comparison of the Relative Performance of Dispersion Indexes
Quinetta M. Roberson, Michael C. Sturman, and Tony L. Simons [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Comparing Consensus- and Aggregation-Based Methods of Measuring Team-Level Variables: The Role of Relationship Conflict and Conflict Management Processes
Narda R. Quigley, Amanuel G. Tekleab, and Paul E. Tesluk [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Comparison of Methods of Handling Missing Time-Invariant Covariates in Latent Growth Models Under the Assumption of Missing Completely at Random
Mike W.-L. Cheung [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Growth Mixture Modeling: Identifying and Predicting Unobserved Subpopulations With Longitudinal Data
Mo Wang and Todd E. Bodner [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

On the Use of Likert-Type Scales in Multilevel Data: Influence on Aggregate Variables
Daniel J. Beal and Jeremy F. Dawson [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Joint Analysis of Multiple Categorical Dependent Variables in Organizational Research
Peter Westfall, James J. Hoffman, and Jun Xia [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The Usefulness of Unit Weights in Creating Composite Scores: A Literature Review, Application to Content Validity, and Meta-Analysis
Philip Bobko, Philip L. Roth, and Maury A. Buster [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Book Reviews

Scarborough, D., & Somers, M. J. (2006). Neural networks in organizational research: Applying pattern recognition to the analysis of organizational behavior. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association
Steven Walczak [Publisher]

Kline, R. B. (2004). Beyond Significance Testing: Reforming Data Analysis Methods in Behavioral Research. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association
Lisa Schurer Lambert [Publisher]