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Meta-analysis of interrater reliability of supervisory performance ratings: effects of appraisal purpose, scale type, and range restriction
(Frontiers Media, 2019)
Objectives: This reliability generalization study aimed to estimate the mean and variance of the interrater reliability coefficients (ryy) of supervisory ratings of overall, task, contextual, and positive job performance. ...
Subjective well-being and job performance: testing of a suppressor effect
(Colegio Oficial de Psicólogos de Asturias, 2019)
This is a four-year follow-up study on the relationship between the cognitive and emotional components of subjective well-being (SWB) and job performance. We hypothesized a positive relationship between these variables and ...
Cognitive reflection and general mental ability as predictors of job performance
This paper presents a study with four independent samples on the validity of cognitive reflection (CR) for predicting job performance and academic outcomes. The results showed that CR was a valid predictor of academic ...
Corrections for criterion reliability in validity generalization: the consistency of Hermes, the utility of Midas
(Colegio Oficial de Psicólogos de Madrid, 2016)
There is criticism in the literature about the use of interrater coefficients to correct for criterion reliability in validity generalization (VG) studies and disputing whether .52 is an accurate and non-dubious estimate ...
Meta-analytic Examination of a Suppressor Effect on Subjective Well-Being and Job Performance Relationship
(Colegio Oficial de la Psicología de Madrid, 2021)
This paper presents a meta-analytic study of the relationship between overall subjective well-being (SWB), cognitive SWB, affective SWB, and job performance ratings. The study examined the moderator effect of the source ...