Kabir Daljeet

Kabir Daljeet
Université de Montréal | UdeM · Department of Psychology

PhD

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Introduction
Kabir Daljeet's main research interests pertain to personality in the workplace, selection, and performance management.

Publications

Publications (11)
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Recently, employers have begun asking applicants for their social networking site (SNS) password to access private information that could be job-relevant. However, the effect that this request can have on an organization’s selection process and its selection of individual applicant traits has not been previously examined. Findings from the current...
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Our study applies a person-centered approach to the HEXACO model of personality using latent profile analysis (LPA). While the traditional variable-centered approach assumes that the relations among variables within a particular population are homogenous, the person-centered approach identifies subgroups within samples that have similar scores on s...
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Previous attempts to identify personality profiles in the five-factor and HEXACO models of personality have produced inconsistent results. Here, using data from four independent samples, each with approximately 90,000 international respondents to the 100-item HEXACO Personality Inventory-Revised (HEXACO-PI-R), we demonstrated that a five-profile so...
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We evaluated the effect of three self-regulatory processes on the relationship between affect and counterproductive workplace behaviour intentions (CWBi) in the context of employees receiving performance feedback using a moderated mediation approach. Using vignettes, participants were given job performance feedback and completed measures of affect,...
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Adapting the concept of emotional labor to romantic relationships, we examined how people tailor their emotions based on beliefs about partner expectations. Participants (N = 521) completed measures of faking one’s felt emotions (surface acting) and attempting to change felt emotions (deep acting) in response to four contexts. Using latent profile...
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We expand the notion of autonomy-supportive management from self-determination theory (SDT) by treating it as a multidimensional construct, with the dimensions reflecting behaviours expected to satisfy the needs for autonomy, competence, and relatedness that underlie autonomous motivation. Using SDT as a guide, we constructed a set of Need-Supporti...
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The Dark Triad traits of narcissism, psychopathy, and Machiavellianism have previously been associated with short-term relationship styles and low relationship commitment. Relationship commitment, in turn, has been identified as a reliable predictor of distress following romantic relationship dissolution. It was thus hypothesized that high levels o...
Poster
Our study applies a person-centered approach to the HEXACO model of personality using latent profile analysis (LPA). While the traditional variable-centric approach assumes that the relationships among variables within a particular population are homogenous, the person-centered approach identifies subgroups within samples that have similar scores o...

Questions

Question (1)
Question
How does one interpret the 'index of moderated mediation'?
******************** INDEX OF MODERATED MEDIATION
Mediator
Index SE(Boot) BootLLCI BootULCI
NA -.13 .06 -.26 -.03
This is directly from my moderated mediation output and I don't quite understand how to interpret this value. Is it akin to an effect size? or what is it?

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Project
Evaluate personality profiles and typologies using modern methodologies and advanced statistical techniques. My goal is also to explore what personality profiles and typologies can tell us about behaviour in the workplace.