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ERIC Number: EJ163525
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Publication Date: 1977
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The Relationship of Personality Variables to Organizational Withdrawal
Bernardin, H. John
Personnel Psychology, 30, 1, 17-27, Spr 77
Investigates the relationship of personality characteristics to organizational withdrawal and tests the Porter and Steers "polar" hypothesis, i.e., employees with high levels of emotional instability, anxiety, achievement orientation, aggression, independence, self-confidence and sociability were more apt to withdraw from organizations than employees with more moderate levels of these traits. (Author/RK)
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Identifiers - Assessments and Surveys: Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire