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Subjective Performance Evaluation And Person-Role Conflict Under Conditions Of Uncertainty

Michael C. Keeley
Published 1977 · Psychology

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In a survey of supervisor-subordinate dyads, supervisors were differentiated by perceived uncertainty regarding the work of their unit. Subordinates of high uncertainty supervisors reported greater...
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