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Relationships Among Nontask Behaviors, Rated Performance, And Objective Performance Measures

Christopher M. Lowery, Thomas J. Krilowicz

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Correlations among nontask behaviors, subjective evaluations of performance, and objective performance measures were investigated for a sample of 73 machine operators. Correlation and regression analyses indicated that nontask behaviors were significantly related to both supervisory ratings of performance and to objective measures of performance. There was also a significant relationship between the subjective and objective performance measures, but the results indicated that supervisors based their evaluations more on nontask behaviors than on actual performance.