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Lower bounds on sample size in structural equation modeling
Computationally intensive structural equation modeling (SEM) approaches have been in development over much of the 20th century, initiated by the seminal work of Sewall Wright. To this day, sample size requirements remain ...
Do "protean" employees make better leaders? The answer is in the eye of the beholder
While the protean career (Hall 1976; 2002) has been lauded for its advantages in helping individuals adapt to changing career contexts, it is not clear how this career orientation may impact how others perceive a person’s ...
Are Financial Constraints Priced? Evidence from Firm Fundamentals and Stock Returns
Using comprehensive firm- and aggregate-level data, this paper studies the real and financial implications of capital market imperfections. We first examine whether financially constrained firms' business fundamentals ...
Do workers who experience conflict between the work and family domains hit a "glass ceiling?": A meta-analytic examination
Based in Conservation of Resources (COR; Hobfoll, 1989) and self-verification (Swann, 1987) theories, we argue that when workers experience conflict between the work and family domains this should have implications for ...
When Planning Is Not Enough: The Self-Regulatory Effect of Implementation Intentions on Changing Snacking Habits
(American Psychological Association, 2010-05)
Objective: This study examined whether matching implementation intentions to people’s regulatory orientation affects the effectiveness of changing unhealthy snacking habits. Design: Participants’ regulatory orientation was ...