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      Recovery, work engagement, and proactive behavior: A new look at the interface between nonwork and work.

      Journal of Applied Psychology

      American Psychological Association (APA)

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          PSYCHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS OF PERSONAL ENGAGEMENT AND DISENGAGEMENT AT WORK.

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            Multilevel Modeling of Individual and Group Level Mediated Effects.

            This article combines procedures for single-level mediational analysis with multilevel modeling techniques in order to appropriately test mediational effects in clustered data. A simulation study compared the performance of these multilevel mediational models with that of single-level mediational models in clustered data with individual- or group-level initial independent variables, individual- or group-level mediators, and individual level outcomes. The standard errors of mediated effects from the multilevel solution were generally accurate, while those from the single-level procedure were downwardly biased, often by 20% or more. The multilevel advantage was greatest in those situations involving group-level variables, larger group sizes, and higher intraclass correlations in mediator and outcome variables. Multilevel mediational modeling methods were also applied to data from a preventive intervention designed to reduce intentions to use steroids among players on high school football teams. This example illustrates differences between single-level and multilevel mediational modeling in real-world clustered data and shows how the multilevel technique may lead to more accurate results.
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              TAKING CHARGE AT WORK: EXTRAROLE EFFORTS TO INITIATE WORKPLACE CHANGE.

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                Journal
                Journal of Applied Psychology
                Journal of Applied Psychology
                American Psychological Association (APA)
                1939-1854
                0021-9010
                2003
                2003
                : 88
                : 3
                : 518-528
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                10.1037/0021-9010.88.3.518
                © 2003

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