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Based on R. G. Lord and , this study investigated the roles of conscious and unconscious suppression processes in self-regulation. As hypothesized, both action–state orientation (reflecting conscious suppression processes) and negative priming (reflecting unconscious suppression processes) had...
Effects of supervisory monitoring on performance quantity and quality were examined. Experiment 1 participants performed 2 tasks and were monitored periodically on 1 or both tasks, with outputs either identifiable or unidentifiable. Experiment 2 compared several monitoring procedures varying in...
En route air traffic controllers serving as instructors at the Federal Aviation Administration Academy were tested to determine what they remembered about the aircraft in their sector. The study focused on memory for flight data (aircraft altitude and ground speed) and aircraft position on the...
Many institutions have moved from illustrating points with case studies to using them as the primary method of instruction. Experiments were conducted to test how elaborations of case examples and types of reflection questions affected learning. Annotated examples produced learning beyond what...
Results of 2 in-basket studies supported the hypothesis that punishment can be effective in reducing undesirable behavior without necessarily resulting in anger and aggression. In role-playing scenarios, 263 participants responded to hypothetical situations relayed to them on pieces of mail....
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