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    • The Effects of Moral Self-Reflective Priming on Faking in Personality Testing 

      Hodges, Chad D. (East Carolina University, 2014)
      Personality testing has received considerable criticism due to validity coefficients being weakened by intentional response distortion. The current study investigates whether priming an individual with a moral self-reflective ...
    • Faking an Implicit Measure of Addiction Proneness 

      Wright, Whitney H. (East Carolina University, 2017-07-19)
      Self-report measures are known to be susceptible to faking, and response distortion is a particularly critical issue in the context of assessing job applicants (Holden & Kroner, 1992; Hough, Eaton, Dunnette, Kamp, & McCloy, ...
    • The Impact of Cognitive Complexity on Impression Management 

      Nuckols, Jeffrey O. (East Carolina University, 2014)
      This study seeks to add to the knowledge of cognitive complexity by examining its relationship with impression management and social desirability. In light of past studies a positive relationship between cognitive complexity ...
    • A New Measure of Counterproductive Student Behavior 

      Rimkus, Lauren K. (East Carolina University, 2012)
      Although counterproductive work behaviors have been studied excessively in the realm of organizational psychology, comparatively little research has been conducted on similar behaviors in student populations. Moreover, ...
    • Not Just For Kids : The Impact of Bullying on Academic and Job Performance 

      Herpin, Regina (East Carolina University, 2013)
      Bullying is a sensitive topic of discussion that has recently gained momentum in literature and research. Although the consequences of bullying may be varied, the present study sought to identify specific academic and ...