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A Nested Comparison Of Four Models Of The Consequences Of Role Perception Variables

R. G. Netemeyer, S. Burton, M. Johnston
Published 1995 · Psychology

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Abstract Using a nested models approach, four models of the outcomes of role perception variables - the Bedeian and Armenakis (1981) model; the Schaubroeck, Cotton, and Jennings (1989) model; the Wunder, Dougherty, and Welsh (1982) model; and a proposed model - are compared. Results suggest that both fit indices and individual path significance tests are required to determine model parsimony.



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