Samuel B. Pond

Works (4)

Updated: April 5th, 2024 11:26

2018 article


PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY, Vol. 71, pp. 481–482.

By: S. Pond n

Source: Web Of Science
Added: October 19, 2018

2015 journal article

Using virtual presence and survey instructions to minimize careless responding on Internet-based surveys

Computers in Human Behavior, 48, 554–568.

By: M. Ward n & S. Pond n

author keywords: Online survey; Survey design; Careless responding; Insufficient effort responding; Virtual presence; Instructions
TL;DR: Results showed that beyond characteristics of survey items, survey design elements can prevent careless responding, and the interaction of instructions and virtual presence significantly reduced careless responses, but not virtual presence alone. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: Crossref
Added: February 24, 2020

2014 journal article

Perceived Overqualification: A Multi-Source Investigation of Psychological Predisposition and Contextual Triggers

The Journal of Psychology, 149(7), 684–710.

By: E. Lobene n, A. Meade n & S. Pond n

MeSH headings : Adult; Aptitude; Employment / psychology; Female; Humans; Job Satisfaction; Male; Narcissism; Social Perception; Young Adult
TL;DR: Among the predictors, work conditions and repetitive tasks were most strongly associated with POQ and narcissism predicted higher POQ while general mental ability only did when holding other variables constant, and among the outcomes, higherPOQ was related to lower job satisfaction and organizational commitment, but was not related to withdrawal behaviors. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Crossref, NC State University Libraries, NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

2013 journal article

Core self-evaluations and training effectiveness: Prediction through motivational intervening mechanisms.

Journal of Applied Psychology, 98(5), 820–831.

By: D. Stanhope n, S. Pond* & E. Surface

author keywords: core self-evaluations; cognitive ability; motivation; intervening mechanisms; training effectiveness
MeSH headings : Cognition / physiology; Goals; Humans; Inservice Training / methods; Intention; Learning / physiology; Military Personnel / psychology; Military Personnel / statistics & numerical data; Motivation / physiology; Personnel Management; Self Efficacy; Self-Assessment; United States
TL;DR: Results support the utility of including CSE in training research and practice, suggest that MEA serves as an explanatory mechanism for CSE's relation to learning outcomes, and demonstrate that CSE and GCA differentially influence training effectiveness and do so through different explanatory mechanisms. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: Crossref
Added: August 28, 2020

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