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This research investigated gender differences in the overlooked context of individual adoption and sustained usage of technology in the workplace using the theory of planned behavior (TPB). User reactions and technology usage behavior were studied over a 5-month period among 355 workers being...
Three studies are presented that examine the decision-making processes that lead advisors to have preferences distinct from personal decision makers (Kray & Gonzalez, 1999). Advising and personal decision making were hypothesized to invoke different interpersonal frames, which lead to different...
Human judgments, made by either individuals or groups, have been found to contain biases. One of the most prevalent biases identified is the availability bias , associated with the phenomenon that events which are more available to human memory are correspondingly judged as occurring more...
Decision makers in dynamic environments (e.g., stock trading, inventory control, and firefighting) learn poorly in experiments where feedback about the outcomes of their actions is delayed. In searching for ways to mitigate these effects, this paper presents two computational models of learning...
One commonality to various theoretical frameworks concerning employee work adjustment is change in employee–organization linkages over time, yet few empirical tests of employee work adjustment theories have adequately operationalized change. We develop and test a model of longitudinal change on...
The present study investigated two behavioral properties of decision making. Participants were presented two alternatives, each of which yielded two consequences jointly (joint receipt, JR). Monotonicity of JR states that choices remain invariant when the same lottery is adjoined to both of the...
The present research examined the predictors and consequences associated with managers' reactions to job layoffs. Whereas previous research suggests that procedural unfairness lowers self-esteem, we hypothesized that, in a downsizing context, the relationship between procedural unfairness and...
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