Fred S. Switzer
Fred S. Switzer
Professor of Psychology, Clemson University
Adresse e-mail validée de clemson.edu
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A meta-analytic review of predictors of job performance for salespeople.
AJ Vinchur, JS Schippmann, FS Switzer III, PL Roth
Journal of applied psychology 83 (4), 586, 1998
7831998
Ethnic group differences in cognitive ability in employment and educational settings: A meta‐analysis
PL Roth, CA Bevier, P Bobko, FS SWITZER III, P Tyler
Personnel Psychology 54 (2), 297-330, 2001
4502001
Missing data in multiple item scales: A Monte Carlo analysis of missing data techniques
PL Roth, FS Switzer III, DM Switzer
Organizational research methods 2 (3), 211-232, 1999
4491999
Meta-analyzing the relationship between grades and job performance.
PL Roth, CA BeVier, FS Switzer III, JS Schippmann
Journal of applied psychology 81 (5), 548, 1996
3221996
A Monte Carlo analysis of missing data techniques in a HRM setting
PL Roth, FS Switzer III
Journal of Management 21 (5), 1003-1023, 1995
2081995
The effect of choosing on confidence in choice
JA Sniezek, PW Paese, FS Switzer III
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 46 (2), 264-282, 1990
2011990
Car following decisions under three visibility conditions and two speeds tested with a driving simulator
KLM Broughton, F Switzer, D Scott
Accident Analysis & Prevention 39 (1), 106-116, 2007
1672007
Judgment processes in motivation: Anchoring and adjustment effects on judgment and behavior
FS Switzer III, JA Sniezek
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 49 (2), 208-229, 1991
1511991
Physiological compliance and team performance
AN Elkins, ER Muth, AW Hoover, AD Walker, TL Carpenter, FS Switzer
Applied ergonomics 40 (6), 997-1003, 2009
812009
Modeling the behavior of the 4/5ths rule for determining adverse impact: Reasons for caution.
PL Roth, P Bobko, FS Switzer III
Journal of Applied Psychology 91 (3), 507, 2006
782006
Coping with missing data.
FS Switzer III, PL Roth
Blackwell Publishing, 2002
602002
Systematic data loss in HRM settings: A Monte Carlo analysis
FS Switzer III, PL Roth, DM Switzer
Journal of Management 24 (6), 763-779, 1998
551998
Bootstrap estimates of standard errors in validity generalization.
FS Switzer, PW Paese, F Drasgow
Journal of Applied Psychology 77 (2), 123, 1992
501992
Opioid analgesia in persons at risk for hypertension
JA McCubbin, SG Helfer, FS Switzer III, C Galloway, WV Griffith
Psychosomatic Medicine 68 (1), 116-120, 2006
492006
Toward better meta‐analytic matrices: How input values can affect research conclusions in human resource management simulations
PL Roth, FS SWITZER III, CH Van Iddekinge, IS Oh
Personnel Psychology 64 (4), 899-935, 2011
442011
Prior selection causes biased estimates of standardized ethnic group differences: Simulation and analysis
PL Roth, P Bobko, FS SWITZER III, MA Dean
Personnel Psychology 54 (3), 591-617, 2001
412001
Lane heading difference: An innovative model for drowsy driving detection using retrospective analysis around curves
DM Morris, JJ Pilcher, FS Switzer Iii
Accident Analysis & Prevention 80, 117-124, 2015
402015
Missing data: Instrument-level heffalumps and item-level woozles
PL Roth, FS Switzer III
Research Methods Forum 4 (5), 1999
361999
Forced distribution rating systems: When does “rank and yank” lead to adverse impact?
GW Giumetti, AN Schroeder, FS Switzer III
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (1), 180, 2015
312015
Validity generalization and hypothetical reliability distributions: A test of the Schmidt-Hunter procedure.
PW Paese, FS Switzer
Journal of Applied Psychology 73 (2), 267, 1988
311988
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