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Interactive effects of levels of individualism–collectivism on cooperation: a meta-analysis
We examined the interactive effects of levels of individualism–collectivism (I–C) on cooperation at work by meta-analytically combining results obtained from 201 studies, representing 225 independent samples. I–C was ...
The overall odds ratio as an intuitive effect size index for multiple logistic regression: examination of further refinements
This study used Monte Carlo simulation to examine the properties of the overall odds ratio (OOR), which was recently introduced as an index for overall effect size in multiple logistic regression. It was found that the OOR ...
Eradicating employment discrimination: toward a cultural values perspective
The article offers the author's insights on the paper by A. Lindsey and colleagues regarding the reduction of discrimination in employment. The author argues that the paper failed to provide a model by which diversity can ...
Students’ self-presentation on Facebook: an examination of personality and self-construal factors
The present research seeks to extend existing theory on self-disclosure to the online arena in higher educational institutions and contribute to the knowledge base and understanding about the use of a popular social ...
The senior discount: biases against older career changers
This study examined age discrimination in between- vs. within-career job transitions. We expected that older workers transitioning into a new field would experience greater age discrimination than those who change jobs ...
One too many categories: an experimental test on the effectiveness of a dual-identity recategorization intervention on age-based bias
A laboratory experiment was conducted on a convenient sample of N = 724 introductory Psychology students from the southeastern United States, to test the effectiveness of a dual identity recategorization intervention when ...
Not so "traditional" anymore? Generational shifts on Schwartz Values in Turkey
We compare generational change in culturally related personal values as represented by the Schwartz values taxonomy, across two decades of individuals representing independent samples of the urban, Turkish workforce, ...
One size doesn't fit all: toward a theory on the intersectional salience of ageism at work
Much of the research on the effects of age in the workplace has ignored the role of contextual factors, and the intersection of multiple group identities. In seeking to address these shortcomings, we provide a theoretical ...
"Old oxen cannot plow": Stereotype themes of older adults in Turkish folklore
(Oxford Publishing, 2015)
Purpose of the Study: Although much research has established the nature of attitudes and stereotypes toward older adults, there are conflicting explanations for the root cause of ageism, including the sociocultural view ...
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