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ERIC Number: EJ895139
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2010
Pages: 28
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 53
ISSN: ISSN-0027-3171
Job Performance as Multivariate Dynamic Criteria: Experience Sampling and Multiway Component Analysis
Spain, Seth M.; Miner, Andrew G.; Kroonenberg, Pieter M.; Drasgow, Fritz
Multivariate Behavioral Research, v45 n4 p599-626 2010
Questions about the dynamic processes that drive behavior at work have been the focus of increasing attention in recent years. Models describing behavior at work and research on momentary behavior indicate that substantial variation exists within individuals. This article examines the rationale behind this body of work and explores a method of analyzing momentary work behavior using experience sampling methods. The article also examines a previously unused set of methods for analyzing data produced by experience sampling. These methods are known collectively as multiway component analysis. Two archetypal techniques of multimode factor analysis, the Parallel factor analysis and the Tucker3 models, are used to analyze data from Miner, Glomb, and Hulin's (2010) experience sampling study of work behavior. The efficacy of these techniques for analyzing experience sampling data is discussed as are the substantive multimode component models obtained. (Contains 7 figures and 6 tables.)
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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