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Browsing Department of Industrial Psychology and People Management by Author "Schepers, J.M."

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  • Stanz, K.J.; Slabbert, J.A.; Schepers, J.M. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The relationship between the psychological contract and organisational commitment. The aim of this study is to design a measuring instrument with acceptable metric characteristics for the strength of the psychological ...
  • Coetzer, E.L.; Schepers, J.M. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The relationship between locus of control and the work performance of black marketers in the life assurance industry. The aim of the study was to establish the relationship between locus of control and the work performance ...
  • Lotriet, D.L.; Coetsee, W.J.; Schepers, J.M. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The relationship between learning process variables and study success. The main objective of this study was to determine the relationship between the constructs “meaning orientation” (in-depth approach to study),“transformational ...
  • Marias, E.N.; Schepers, J.M. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The field study reported here examined the effects of organisational restructuring on employees’ job satisfaction, career aspirations and stress levels. Immediately after restructuring took place in the organisation, the ...
  • Schepers, J.M.; Potter, P.; Van Niekerk, C. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The principal objective of the study was to examine the effect of Telfast® 180, an antihistamine, on driver behaviour, decision-making, and reaction time. A sample of 255 volunteers participated in the study. The sample ...
  • Schepers, J.M.; Gropp, L.; Geldenhuys, D.J. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The principal objective of the study was to examine the factor structure and metrical properties of the third edition (1999) of the Locus of Control Inventory (LCI). A corollary of the study was to examine the convergent ...
  • Anderson, D.R.; Crous, F.; Schepers, J.M. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The principal aim of the study was to determine the relationship between flow (optional experience) and quality of work life in a diverse workforce. The sample comprised 307 managers, middle-managers and junior officials ...
  • 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 ...
  • Swart, C.; Roodt, G.; Schepers, J.M. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The purpose of this study was twofold: Firstly an existing Workvalues questionnaire was evaluated against criteria for test construction; and secondly the role of differential item skewness in the groups of second order ...
  • Carstens, V.E.; Schepers, J.M. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The construction and evaluation of a computerised concept attainment test. The principal objectives of the study were the computerisation of the Concept Attainment Test of Schepers (1971), and the determination of its ...
  • Taylor, C.M.; Schepers, J.M.; Crous, F. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The principal objective of the study was to examine the relationship between locus of control and optimal experience (flow) in carrying out work and/or study activities. Two questionnaires measuring the aforementioned ...
  • Van Staden, J.F.; Schepers, J.M.; Rieger, H.S. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Locus of control and transformational leadership. The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between locus of control and transformational leadership. These constructs were selected by virtue of the lack of ...
  • De Kock, E.; Schepers, J.M. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The primary goal of the study was to determine whether a relationship exists between the extent to which an employee’s career anchors are satisfied in his/her current position and his/her job satisfaction. A secondary goal ...
  • Möller, Y.; Crous, F.; Schepers, J.M. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    An investigation into the personality traits of call centre consultants. Despite the fact that nearly all service organisations in South Africa use call centres to interact with clients, there is limited research detailing ...
  • Schepers, J.M. (Discourse, )
    All information from the outside reaches us via our senses. The incoming information must be processed as quickly and effectively as possible, and suitable decisions must be made, based on this information. To perform this ...
  • Schepers, J.M. (Special edition of SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The principal objective of the study was to develop a procedure for overcoming the effects of differential skewness of test items in scale construction. It was shown that the degree of skewness of test items places an upper ...
  • Valoyi, M.J.; Lessing, B.C.; Schepers, J.M. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The aim of the present study was to determine the extent to which employees would like to participate in decision making concerning various organisational issues, especially those concerning: the work itself, working ...
  • Van Jaarsveld, B.; Schepers, J.M. (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    The principal objective of the study was to determine the personality profile of police recruits who are high on anxiety. A secondary objective was to determine whether there are gender and ethnic differences in the levels ...
  • 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 ...
  • Schepers, J.M. (Special edition of SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The principal objective of the study was to determine the power of Multiple Battery Factor Analysis (MBFA) in coping with the effects of differential skewness of the variables used. Generally speaking, joint analyses result ...

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