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      A meta-analysis of team-efficacy, potency, and performance: interdependence and level of analysis as moderators of observed relationships.

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          Meta-analytic techniques were used to examine level of analysis and interdependence as moderators of observed relationships between task-specific team-efficacy, generalized potency, and performance. Sixty-seven empirical studies yielding 256 effect sizes were identified and meta-analyzed. Results demonstrated that relationships are moderated by level of analysis. Effect sizes were stronger at the team level (p = .39) than at the individual level (p = .20). At the team level, both team-efficacy and potency had positive relationships with performance (ps = .41 and .37, respectively). Interdependence significantly moderated the relationship between team-efficacy and performance, but not between potency and performance. The relationship between team-efficacy and performance was stronger when interdependence was high (p = .45) than when it was low (p = .34).

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          Journal
          J Appl Psychol
          The Journal of applied psychology
          0021-9010
          0021-9010
          Oct 2002
          : 87
          : 5
          Affiliations
          [1 ] Department of Human Resource Management, School of Management and labor Relations, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Piscataway 08854-8054, USA. gully@rci.rutgers.edu
          Article
          12395807
          8538eb08-3fbf-4dad-bf6d-4e45eebb6f8f
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