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  • 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 ...
  • Harvan, H.; Visser, D.; Crous, F. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The primary aim of the study was to investigate the relationship between types of employment (permanent or contracting) for two variables: flow and career success orientation in an information technology environment. The ...
  • Welman, J.C.; Basson, P.A. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    In terms of the cooperative education strategy of technikons, students are expected to do subject-relevant work in the industry/commerce to gain practical experience. The degree of subject-relevant work performed by 166 ...
  • Mofomme, Audrey Leah
    An investigation was conducted into the level and quality of service delivered by the South African Police Service in the Client Service Centres. The problem identification was based on the fact that the Police are the ...
  • 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 ...
  • De Bruin, G.P.; Taylor, N. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    This study investigated (a) the structural and measurement equivalence of measures of the job demand-control (JDC) model of job strain for men and women (as operationalised by the Sources of Work Stress Inventory), (b) ...
  • Sempane, M.E.; Rieger, H.S.; Roodt, G. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The aim of this study was to establish whether a relationship existed between the variables job satisfaction and organisational culture of employees within a service organisation. The population comprised of 200 employees ...
  • Raubenheimer, I. van W.; Fick, L.J. (Perspectives on Industrial Psychology: Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Some of the results of an extensive study on selection and training of computer systems analysts are reported. Special attention is devoted to a job description and job analysis as a basis for identifying the critical ...
  • Kamffer, H.O.L.; Lessing, B.C.; Fouchè, M.M. (Perspectives on Industrial Psychology: Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    A comparative literary study of the collective bargaining systems of four countries (U.S.A., Britain, West Germany and South Africa) is presented in order to facilitate the identification of conflict issues in the South ...
  • 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 ...
  • Mollo, S.M.; Stanz, K.J.; Groenewald, T. (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    Against the backdrop of a literature review on leadership approaches, models and theories, the aim of this study was the identification of shortcomings regarding leadership competencies within a particular manufacturer. ...
  • Mester, C.A.; Visser, D.; Roodt, G.; Kellerman, A.M. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The purpose of this study was to determine the relationships between leadership style and organisational commitment, job satisfaction, job involvement and organisational citizenship behaviour and whether these relationships ...
  • Simpson, C.J.A.; Lessing, B.C. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Learning theory basis of andragogy. A cursory glance at andragogy creates the impression that humanistic learning theory plays an all encompassing role in the learner centered approach andragogy espouses. A closer look, ...
  • Victor, W.G.; Lessing, B.C.; Dannhauser, Z. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Leadership style and the learning organisation. In the present highly competitive environment, it has become increasingly important for organisational leaders to establish a learning organisation. In this study the focus ...
  • Scheel, R.; Crous, F. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Organisational culture discourse mandates a linear approach of diagnosis, measurement and gap analysis as standard practice in relation to most culture change initiatives. Therefore, a problem solving framework geared ...
  • Van Zyl, K.; Lessing, B.C. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Life transitions and learning readiness of adult learners. This research focuses on life transitions as a determinant of adult learning readiness. Stress components are present during each transition which forms one ...
  • Esterhuysen, S.; Stanz, K.J. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The integration of online learning in university courses is considered to be both inevitable and necessary. Thus there is an increasing need to raise awareness among educators and course designers about the critical issues ...
  • 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 ...

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