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  • Roodt, G. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    No study has been reported thus far in the commitment literature which clarifies the relationship between six workrelated foci on a comparable theoretical basis. Such a comparison was made possible by the development of ...
  • Rothmann, S.; Sieberhagen, G.v/d M.; Cilliers, F.V.N. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The personality profile of a group facilitator is conceptualised as consisting of group knowledge and skills/ interpersonal effectiveness/ and specific personality traits. A group facilitation course directed at the ...
  • Fourie, G.; Van Zyl, K. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The aim of the study was to investigate the influence of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation on the perceptions held by distance education students of the barriers to persistence. A review of the literature on attrition in ...
  • Fourie, C.; Van Vuuren, L.J. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Various authors have argued that career resilience should be cultivated by individuals pursuing modern day careers as a critical career competency. No study has been reported thus far in the career management literature ...
  • Swart, J.; Van Vuuren, L.J. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The ability of individuals to interpret change is considered to be a criterion for successful organisational change. Accordingly the influence of a specific infra-individual variable, i.e. cognitive style (field dependence ...
  • Hanekom, N.; Visser, D. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    This study examines the degree of acquiescence present when the item and response formats of a summated rating scale are varied. It is often recommended that acquiescence response bias in rating scales may be controlled ...
  • Van Zyl, E.; Visser, D. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The elimination of unfair discrimination and cultural bias of any kind, is a contentious workplace issue in contemporary South Africa. To ensure fairness in testing, psychometric instruments are subjected to empirical ...
  • Kinnear, C.; Roodt, G. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    This study had a dual purpose: firstly, to integrate the wide variety of seemingly diverse theoretical perspectives of various theorists with respect to organisational inertia into a single umbrella theoretical model. ...
  • Van Aarde, W.A.; Schepers, J.M. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The attitude of male mangers toward the advancement of women in the industrial context: A comparative cultural study. The main aim of this study was to determine the attitudes of male mangers towards the advancement of ...
  • Müller, S.M.; Roodt, G. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The relationship between employees' attitudes toward affirmative action and their work involvement: an explorative study. The principal aim of the study was to determine whether or not employee's attitude towards affirmative ...
  • Bekker, Q.E.; Crous, F. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    It would appear that the concept of empowerment has become popular and is so widely used that it has become a fad. It is also generally poorly understood and this results in a degree of mistrust and cynicism. There is often ...
  • Rademeyer, M.M.; Schepers, J.M. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Prediction of academic success of first year students. The recent amalgamation of the various regional education systems in South Africa and as a result, the restructuring of the education dispensation, led to a number of ...
  • Odendaal, A.; Roodt, G. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The objective of this study was to determine whether participative management and corporate culture are mutually exclusive (independent) concepts. The Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) used an organisational climate ...
  • Kotze, M.E.; Duvenhage, A. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Young professional military officers' experience of their internal career development was studied longitudinally from a life-span, life-space approach. Significant transitions between the life roles of worker, student and ...
  • Viviers, A.M.; Cilliers, F.V.N. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Salutogenesis views stress not necessarily negatively in the workplace or in the private lives of man, but as an opportunity for optimasation which can lead to positive outcomes regarding stress and coping. The purpose of ...
  • Rosslee, G.; Crous, F.; Schepers, J.M. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The principal aim of the study was to examine the relationship between the Type A personality, optimal experience (Flow) and career success orientation. Three questionnaires measuring the above-mentioned constructs were ...
  • Kleynhans, P.J.L.; Schmidt, C.; Schepers, J.M. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Personality characteristics as predictors for managers’ readiness to change. The purpose of this study was to establish the degree to which change readiness can be predicted by certain personality dimensions. A sample of ...
  • Visser, D. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    A major problem in shiftwork research has been the lack of uniform measuring procedures across studies. The Standard Shiftwork Index (SSI) contains a battery of self-report questionnaires which was developed to address ...
  • Theron, D.; Roodt, G. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The purpose of this study was to determine if significant differences exist between the multi-rater competency evaluations of employees operating within a flat organisational structure. Sixty-eight marketing employees were ...
  • Schepers, J.M. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The principal objective of the study was to examine some of the scientific premises of The Bell Curve by Herrnstein and Murray (1996). It was shown that the hypothetical construct referred to as ‘g’ is nothing more than ...

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