A field study was conducted by Barry R. Nathan, Allan M. Mohrman, Jr., and John Milliman to determine the effect of supervisor-subordinate interpersonal relations and the content and conduct of the appraisal review on reactions to the performance appraisal review, and job satisfaction and job performance after the review.
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Obtaining “Purer” or “Poorer” Criteria for Test Validation: An Empirical Test of the Statistical Control of Halo and Implications for Criteria Development
The assertion by Landy et al. (1980) that purer criteria for test validation would result from statistically controlling for halo in dimension ratings by partialing out a general impression rating was investigated by Barry R. Nathan and Nancy Tippins.
Barry R. Nathan and Ralph A. Alexander conducted meta-analyses of validity coefficients from tests of clerical abilities for five criteria; supervisor ratings, supervisor rankings, work samples, production quantity, and production quality, and the resulting expected true validities were compared.