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Organizational and Environmental Factors in Health and Personnel Effectiveness. II. Data Collection Methods, Test Instruments, and Criterion Variables
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIV FORT WORTH INST OF BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH
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The report describes test instruments and methodology used in a large-scale study of naval and civilian organizations. Research methods included direct observations, questionnaires, rating forms, interviews, organizational records, individual illness records, and peer nominations. The primary instrument was a 400-item questionnaire that yielded biographical information, 26 environmental scales, 35 organizational climate scales, 5 job attitude scales, a self-report of health status, and a mission effectiveness scale. Many other types of individual and organizational data are described, and principal criterion measures are indicated. The procedures and instruments summarized represent a comprehensive measurement system for analysis of naval organizations.
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