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BEHAVIORAL EXPECTATION SCALES VERSUS NONRANCHORED AND TRAIT RATING SYSTEMS: A SALES PERSONNEL APPLICATIONIVANCEVICH JM.1980; APPL. PSYCHOL. MEAS.; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 4; NO 1; PP. 131-133; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

THE FEDERAL REGULATORY AND POLICYMAKING PROCESSROWLAND WD JR.1980; J. COMMUN.; ISSN 0021-9916; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 30; NO 3; PP. 139-149; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

THE EFFECT OF EXPECTATIONS ON SLOW OCULOMOTOR CONTROL. II: SINGLE TARGET DISPLACEMENTSKOWLER E; STEINMAN RM.1979; VISION RES.; GBR; DA. 1979; VOL. 19; NO 6; PP. 633-646; BIBL. 16 REF.Article

THE EFFECT OF EXPECTATIONS ON SLOW OCULOMOTOR CONTROL. I: PERRODIC TARGET STEPSKOWLER E; STEINMAN RM.1979; VISION RES.; GBR; DA. 1979; VOL. 19; NO 6; PP. 619-632; BIBL. 33 REF.Article

EXPECTATION AS A MEDIATOR UN ALCOHOL INTOXICATION: A REFERENCE LEVEL MODELMAISTO SA; CONNORS GJ; SACHS PR et al.1981; COGN. THER. RES.; ISSN 0147-5916; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 5; NO 1; PP. 1-18; BIBL. 2 P.Article

THE DEVELOPMENT OF BEHAVIORAL OBSERVATION SCALES FOR APPRAISING THE PERFORMANCE OF FOREMENLATHAM GP; FAY CH; SAARI LM et al.1979; PERSONNEL PSYCHOL.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 32; NO 2; PP. 299-311; BIBL. 22 REF.Article

LIMITATIONS OF METHODOLOGICAL EXPERIMENTS.HOFSTEE WKB.1978; THEORY AND DECIS; NETHERL.; DA. 1978; VOL. 9; NO 1; PP. 77-92; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2Article

A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF BEHAVIORAL EXPECTATION SCALES: ATTITUDES AND PERFORMANCEIVANCEVICH JM.1980; J. APPL. PSYCHOL.; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 65; NO 2; PP. 139-146; BIBL. 29 REF.Article

PERCEIVED CONTROL AND THE EXPERIENCE OF CHILD BIRTHBREWIN C; BRADLEY C.1982; BRITISH (THE) JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY; ISSN 0144-6657; GBR; DA. 1982; VOL. 21; NO 4; PP. 263-269; BIBL. 12 REF.Article

PREDICTION OF ATTRIBUTIONAL CONSEQUENCES IN AN ACTUAL ACHIEVEMENT SETTINGPALMER DJ; WILLSON V.1982; CONTEMPORARY EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY; ISSN 0361-476X; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 7; NO 4; PP. 334-345; BIBL. 2 P.Article

THE EFFECTS OF CHANGE IN INSTRUCTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS ON THE RELATIONSHIP OF TEACHER EXPECTATIONS AND STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTGUSKEY TR.1982; JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH (WASHINGTON); ISSN 0022-0671; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 75; NO 6; PP. 345-349; BIBL. 25 REF.Article

THE SUBJECTIVE MARIJUANA EXPERIENCE: GREAT EXPECTATIONSSTARK ADAMEC C; ADAMEC RE; PIHL RO et al.1981; INT. J. ADDICT.; ISSN 0020-773X; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 16; NO 7; PP. 1169-1181; BIBL. 2 P.Article

THE WATCHED POT STILL WON'T BOIL: EXPECTANCY AS A VARIABLE IN ESTIMATING THE PASSAGE OF TIMECAHOON D; EDMONDS EM.1980; BULL. PSYCHON. SOC.; ISSN 0090-5054; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 16; NO 2; PP. 115-116; BIBL. 5 REF.Article

ADOLESCENT DRUG USE AND INTENTIONS TO USE DRUGS IN THE FUTURE: A CONCURRENT ANALYSISHUBA GJ; WINGARD JA; BENTLER PM et al.1979; J. DRUG EDUC.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 9; NO 2; PP. 145-150; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

EXPECTANCY THEORY AND CONTRACT GRADING COMBINED AS AN EFFECTIVE MOTIVATIONAL FORCE FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS.POLCZYNSKI JJ; SHIRLAND LE.1977; J. EDUC. RES.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 70; NO 5; PP. 238-241; BIBL. 29 REF.Article

EXPECTATIONS FROM UNEQUAL REWARDSHARROD WJ.1980; SOC. PSYCHOL.; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 43; NO 1; PP. 126-130; BIBL. 10 REF.Article

EXPECTANCY SHIFTS AND THE EXPECTANCY CONFIDENCE HYPOTHESISWOLLERT RW.1979; J. PERSONALITY SOC. PSYCHOL.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 37; NO 10; PP. 1888-1901; BIBL. 24 REF.Article

NUMBER OF OUTCOMES AND ACCURACY OF PREDICTION IN EXPECTANCY RESEARCHLEON FR.1979; ORGANIZ. BEHAV. HUM. PERFORM.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 23; NO 2; PP. 251-267; BIBL. 3 P.Article

THERAPISTS PROPHESY.MARTIN PJ; STERNE AL; MOORE JE et al.1977; J. CLIN. PSYCHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 33; NO 2; PP. 502-510; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

ANTICIPATION, HOPE AND DESPAIR.GREEN MR.1977; J. AMER. ACAD. PSYCHOANAL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 5; NO 2; PP. 215-232; BIBL. 1 P.Article

THE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL AND THE EXPECTANCY OF ALCOHOL ON SNAKE FEARRIMM D; BRIDDELL D; ZIMMERMAN M et al.1981; ADDICT. BEHAV.; ISSN 0306-4603; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 6; NO 1; PP. 47-51; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

OCCUPATIONAL CHOICE AND EXPECTANCY-VALUE THEORY: TESTING SOME MODIFICATIONSHERRIOT P; ECOB R.1979; J. OCCUP. PSYCHOL.; GBR; DA. 1979; VOL. 52; NO 4; PP. 311-324; BIBL. 2 P.Article

EXPECTATION MAXIMIZATION VERSUS AMBITION MOTIVATION IN PROBABILITY ESTIMATION.ASCHEN BRENNER KM; WENDT D.1978; ORGANIZ. BEHAV. HUM. PERFORM.; U.S.A.; DA. 1978; VOL. 21; NO 2; PP. 160-170; BIBL. 15 REF.Article

EN ANGLAISMOBLEY WH; MEGLINO BM.1977; ACAD. MANAG. J.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 20; NO 4; PP. 564-572; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

VALIDITY OF EXPECTANCY THEORY AS A WITHIN-PERSON BEHAVIORAL CHOICE MODEL FOR SALES ACTIVITIES.MATSUI T; KAGAWA M; NAGAMATSU J et al.1977; J. APPL. PSYCHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 62; NO 6; PP. 764-767; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

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