Robert J. Vandenberg
Robert J. Vandenberg
Professor of Management, University of Georgia
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A review and synthesis of the measurement invariance literature: Suggestions, practices, and recommendations for organizational research
RJ Vandenberg, CE Lance
Organizational research methods 3 (1), 4-70, 2000
Longitudinal research: The theory, design, and analysis of change
RE Ployhart, RJ Vandenberg
Journal of management 36 (1), 94-120, 2010
Exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis: Guidelines, issues, and alternatives
AE Hurley, TA Scandura, CA Schriesheim, MT Brannick, A Seers, ...
Journal of organizational behavior, 667-683, 1997
Examining the causal order of job satisfaction and organizational commitment
RJ Vandenberg, CE Lance
Journal of management 18 (1), 153-167, 1992
Understanding fit and appropriation effects in group support systems via meta-analysis
AR Dennis, BH Wixom, RJ Vandenberg
MIS Quarterly, 167-193, 2001
The role of change in the relationship between commitment and turnover: a latent growth modeling approach.
K Bentein, C Vandenberghe, R Vandenberg, F Stinglhamber
Journal of applied psychology 90 (3), 468, 2005
The impact of high involvement work processes on organizational effectiveness: A second-order latent variable approach
RJ Vandenberg, HA Richardson, LJ Eastman
Group & Organization Management 24 (3), 300-339, 1999
12 structural equation modeling in management research: A guide for improved analysis
LJ Williams, RJ Vandenberg, JR Edwards
Academy of Management Annals 3 (1), 543-604, 2009
Work characteristics and employee health and well‐being: Test of a model of healthy work organization
MG Wilson, DM Dejoy, RJ Vandenberg, HA Richardson, AL Mcgrath
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 77 (4), 565-588, 2004
Creating safer workplaces: assessing the determinants and role of safety climate
DM DeJoy, BS Schaffer, MG Wilson, RJ Vandenberg, MM Butts
Journal of safety research 35 (1), 81-90, 2004
Recent advances in causal modeling methods for organizational and management research
LJ Williams, JR Edwards, RJ Vandenberg
Journal of management 29 (6), 903-936, 2003
Disaggregating the motives underlying turnover intentions: When do intentions predict turnover behavior?
RJ Vandenberg, JB Nelson
Human relations 52 (10), 1313-1336, 1999
Toward a further understanding of and improvement in measurement invariance methods and procedures
RJ Vandenberg
Organizational research methods 5 (2), 139-158, 2002
A central question in cross-cultural research: Do employees of different cultures interpret work-related measures in an equivalent manner?
CM Riordan, RJ Vandenberg
Journal of Management 20 (3), 643-671, 1994
A longitudinal assessment of the determinant relationship between employee commitments to the occupation and the organization
RJ Vandenberg, V Scarpello
Journal of Organizational Behavior 15 (6), 535-547, 1994
The critical psychological states: An underrepresented component in job characteristics model research
RW Renn, RJ Vandenberg
Journal of management 21 (2), 279-303, 1995
Assessing newcomers' changing commitments to the organization during the first 6 months of work.
RJ Vandenberg, RM Self
Journal of applied psychology 78 (4), 557, 1993
Employee involvement climate and organizational effectiveness
CM Riordan, RJ Vandenberg, HA Richardson
Human Resource Management: Published in Cooperation with the School of …, 2005
Integrating managerial perceptions and transformational leadership into a work‐unit level model of employee involvement
HA Richardson, RJ Vandenberg
Journal of Organizational Behavior: The International Journal of Industrial …, 2005
Statistical and methodological myths and urban legends: Doctrine, verity and fable in the organizational and social sciences
CE Lance, RJ Vandenberg
Taylor & Francis, 2009
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