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Meta-Analytic Correlations Between Proposed Antecedents and Job Performance

Meta-Analytic Correlations Between Proposed Antecedents and Job Performance

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... discussed, if effort is indeed more proximal to job performance than its proposed antecedents, then effort should be more strongly related to performance than its antecedents. To examine this possibility, Table 5 presents relations between the antecedents of effort and job performance (including behavior-and results-based measures). In addition, the last column of the table reports corrected rs between effort and performance based on the same sets of primary studies on which each antecedent-performance relationship is based. ...