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Department
Management (MGH)
Course
MGHB02H3
Professor
Samantha Montes
Semester
Fall

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Appendix (p590-601) Hypothesis a formal statement of the expected relationship between two variables. Variables measure that can take on two or more values Types of Variables Independent variable is a predictor or cause of variation in a dependent variable Dependent variable is a variable that will vary as a result of changes in the independent variable Moderating variable a variable that affects the nature of the relationship between an independent and a dependent variable such that the relationship depends on the level of the moderating variable Mediating variable is a variable that intervenes or explains the relationship between an independent and a dependent variable. Measurement of Variables Reliability is a index of the consistency of a research subjects responses. (e.g. if we ask someone several questions about how his pay is, he should respond roughly the same way to each question) Validity is an index of the extent to which a measure truly reflects what it is suppose to measure. (e.g. a good measure of perceived pay fairness should not be influenced by employees feelings of fairness about other workplace factors like supervisision) Convergent validity when there is a strong relationship between different measures of the same variable. (e.g. a measure of job satisfaction should be highly correlated to other measures of job satisfaction) Discriminant validity when there is a weak relationship between measures of different variables. (e.g. a measure of job satisfaction should not be strongly related to measures of job performance) Observational Techniques Observational research-research that examines the natural activities of people in an organizational setting by listening to what they say and watching what they do Most straightforward way of finding out about OB 1 www.notesolution.com
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