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Do role models matter?: exploring the correlates of motivational and imitative role modeling by professionals
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)
This study was an initial attempt at precisely conceptualizing and measuring role modeling, and exploring the correlates, direct benefits, and career outcomes of role modeling for professionals. As such these results begin ...
The effects of exercise on organizational and personal outcomes : a work-home resources perspective
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2019)
In the organizational sciences, daily exercise research has largely centered on how exercise replenishes resources depleted by work and thus facilitates recovery during off-work time. However, we know little about whether exercise generates...
Have you seen the new model? : visual design and product newness
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
form that signal newness and the reactions engendered by the product. Three studies were undertaken to explore the construct and test several a prior hypotheses: a sorting task, an attribute elicitation, and a between-subjects experiment. The research...