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ArtikelReliability and Validity of Scores on Scales to Measure Managerial Aspirations  
Oleh: Terry, Deborah J. ; Tharenou, Phyllis
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Educational and Psychological Measurement vol. 58 no. 3 (1998), page 475-492.
Topik: aspirations; psychological tests; management; behaviour; validity; reliability
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Isi artikelThe present investigation assessed the reliability and validity of the score sof a subjective measure of desired aspirations and a behavioral measure of enacted aspirations. A sample of 5,655 employees was randomly split into two halves. Principal components analysis on sample 1, followed by confirmatory factor analysis on sample 2, confirmed the desired and enacted scales as distinct but related measures of managerial aspirations. The desired and enacted scales had satisfactory levels of internal consistency and temporal stability over a 1 year - period. Relationships between the measures of desired and enacted managerial aspirations and both attitudinal and behavioural criteria, measured concurrently and 1 year laterm provided eliminary support for convergent and discriminant validity for our sample. Desired aspirations demonstrated stronger validity than enacted aspirations. Although further examination of the psychometric properties of the scales is warranted, the present findings provide promising support for their validity and reliability for our sample.
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