ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY



JULY 18 - MONDAY
           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30
S1         SY ORG 1          PA ORG      KA ORG 1    KA ORG 2                        SY ORG 2
S5         SY ORG 3          SY ORG 4                SY ORG 5                        SY ORG 6
S6         SY ORG 7          SY ORG 8                SY ORG 9                        SY ORG 10
S6B        SY ORG 11         SY ORG 12               SY ORG 13                       SY ORG 14
S-0        TS ORG 19         TS ORG 20
CII                          SY ORG 41
CV         TS ORG 7          TS ORG 8                TS ORG 9                        TS ORG 10

Exhibition
Area       PO ORG (SESSION 1)                        PO ORG (SESSION 2)

JULY 19 - TUESDAY
                             
           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30
S1         SY ORG 15         KA ORG 4    KA ORG 5    KA ORG 6                        TS ORG 1
S5         SY ORG 17         SY ORG 18               SY ORG 19                       SY ORG 20
S6         SY ORG 21         SY ORG 22               SY ORG 23                       SY ORG 24
S6B        SY ORG 25         SY ORG 26               SY ORG 27                       SY ORG 28
S-0        TS ORG 21         TS ORG 22               
CIII       TS ORG 2          TS ORG 3                TS ORG 4                        TS ORG 5
CV         TS ORG 11         TS ORG 12               TS ORG 13                       TS ORG 14
                                                     
Exhibition
Area       PO ORG (SESSION 3)                        PO ORG (SESSION 4)

JULY 20 - WEDNESDAY

           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30
S5         SY ORG 29         SY ORG 30               SY ORG 31                       SY ORG 32
S6         SY ORG 33         SY ORG 34               SY ORG 35                       SY ORG 36
S6B        SY ORG 37         SY ORG 38               SY ORG 39                       SY ORG 40
S7                                                   KA ORG 7
S-0        TS ORG 23         TS ORG 24
                    
CIII                         SY ORG 42               SY ORG 43                       TS ORG 6
CV         TS ORG 15         TS ORG 16               TS ORG 17                       TS ORG 18
                                                     

Exhibition
Area       PO ORG (SESSION 5)                        PO ORG (SESSION 6)
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

JULY 18 - MONDAY

8:30
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SY ORG 1            Room: S1

PROMES: MOTIVATIONAL AND MANAGERIAL CONDITIONS

Convener and Chairperson: Jen A. ALGERA; Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

SY ORG (1) 1        ProMES: THE FIRST 10 YEARS
                             Robert D. PRITCHARD ; Texas A & M University, USA

SY ORG (1) 2        ProMES AS A MANAGEMENT TOOL IN THE DESIGN OF A FRACTAL COMPANY
                             Uwe KLEINBECK ; University of Dortmund; Germany

SY ORG (1) 3        MECHANISMS OF ProMES EFFECTS ON PRODUCTIVITY
                             Klaus H. SCHMIDT ; Institut für Arbeitsphysiologie an der Universität Dortmund,
                             Germany

SY ORG (1) 4        TESTING THE FEASIBILITY OF ProMES BEFORE IMPLEMENTATION
                             Jen A. ALGERA ; Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

SY ORG (1) 5        PRODUCTIVITY MEASUREMENT AND ENHANCEMENT, SOME LONG TERM EXPERIENCES
                             Harrie F.J.M. VAN TUIJIL ; Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

SY ORG (1) 6        ProMES IN A SMALL COMPANY
                             Henk THIERRY ; University of Tilsburg, The Netherlands

SY ORG 3            Room: S5

PERCEPTION OF LEADERSHIP AND CULTURAL VALUES

Conveners and Chairpersons: Roya AYMAN; Illinois Institute of Technology, USA & Martin M. CHEMERS, Claremont
McKenna College, USA

SY ORG (3) 1        A THEORETICAL OVERVIEW OF THE ROLE OF CULTURE IN THE LEADERSHIP PROCESSES
                             Martin M. CHEMERS ; Claremont McKenna College, USA

SY ORG (3) 2        THE INFLUENCE OF CULTURAL VALUES ON LEADERS' ATTRIBUTIONS OF ABILITY TO THEIR
                    SUBORDINATES
                             Dov EDEN  ; Tel Aviv University, Israel

SY ORG (3) 3        VALUE-ADDED PERCEPTION OF THAI EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP
                             Suntaree KOMIN ; National Institute of Development Administration, Bangkok,
                             Thailand

SY ORG (3) 4        A MODEL FOR CROSS-CULTURAL RESEARCH IN PERCEPTION OF LEADERSHIP
                             Roya AYMAN ; Illinois Institute of Technology, USA

Discussant: Peter SMITH, UK


SY ORG 7            Room: S6

WOMEN IN CORPORATE MANAGEMENT

Convener and Chairperson: Ronald J. BURKE; York University, Canada

SY ORG (7) 1        DIVERSITY IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT WOMEN AS ADDRESSEE
                             Christine AUTENRIETH ; University of the Federal Armed Forces, hamburg, Germany

SY ORG (7) 2        THE PROBLEMS, PRESSURES AND BARRIERS FACED BY BLACK FEMALE MANAGERS
                             Marilyn J. DAVIDSON ; University of Manchester, UK

SY ORG (7) 3        TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES AND CAREER SUCCESS OF MANAGERIAL WOMEN
                             Carol McKEEN ; Queen's University, Canada & Ronald J. Burke; ; York University,
                             Canada

SY ORG (7) 4        CONTEXTS AND CHANGE: WOMEN AND WORK IN IRELAND
                             Eunice McCARTHY ; University College, Dublin, Ireland

SY ORG (7) 5        WOMEN ON CORPORATE BOARDS OF DIRECTORS: WHY SO FEW?
                             Ronald J. BURKE ; York University, Canada

SY ORG 11           Room: S6B

PROBLEMS OF EFFICIENCY AND OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE IN TASK-ORIENTED GROUPS

Convener and Chairperson: James H. DAVIS; University of Illinois, USA

SY ORG (11) 1       PROCEDURAL MECHANISMS AND GROUP DECISION MAKING: OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE AND SIDE-EFFECTS
                             James H. DAVIS & Lorne G. HULBERT & Wing Tung AU; University of Illinois, USA

SY ORG (11) 2       DOES THE TIMING OF THE FIRST VOTE AFFECT OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE IN GROUPS? A QUALIFIED "YES"
                             Martin F. KAPLAN & Edith TENBROEK, Northern Illinois University, USA

SY ORG (11) 3       COMPONENTS OF SOCIAL REMEMBERING: IMPLICATIONS FOR DECISION-MAKING GROUPS
                             Geoffrey M. STEPHENSON ; University of Kent at Canterbury, UK

SY ORG (11) 4       THE SPATIAL STRUCTURE OF ELECTRONIC JURIES AND THE PROBABILITIES OF 'HANGING'
                             Bibb LATANÉ & Craig JACKSON; Florida Atlantic University, USA

SY ORG (11) 5       ARCHITECTURES OF DISTRIBUTED DECISION MAKING
                             Brendt BREHMER ; Uppsala University, Sweden


TS ORG (7)                   Room: CV

PERSONNEL SELECTION

TS ORG (7) 1        PERSONNEL SELECTION IN CONTEXT: THE INFLUENCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS ON
                    PREFERENCES FOR APPLICANT ATTRIBUTES
                             Nicolay A.M. WORREN & Richard KOESTNER; McGILL UNIVERSITY, CANADA

TS ORG (7) 2        CURRENT PRACTICES ABOUT TESTING IN MEXICAN FIRMS
                             Fernando ARIAS-GALICIA & Susana MONTAÑO, MEXICO

TS ORG (7) 3        THE RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION OF YOUNG PEOPLE BY SMALL BUSINESSES
                             Dave BARTRAM ; THE UNIVERSITY OF HULL, UNITED KINGDOM

TS ORG (7) 4        "HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY" -RESULTS OF A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF MANAGERIAL CANDIDATES
                             Angela WITTMAN & MAIER, G.W. & RAPPENSPERGER, G.; INSTITUT FÜR PSYCHOLOGIE;
                             UNIVERSITY MUNICH, GERMANY


TS ORG (19)         Room: S-0

MANAGING ORGANIZATIONS

TS ORG (19) 1       PUBLIC AND PRIVATE DISTINCTION IN ORGANIZATIONS: THE CASE OF SPORT FACILITIES' MANAGEMENT
                             José Mª PEIRO SILLA ; UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA, SPAIN

TS ORG (19) 2       TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN MEXICAN COMPANIES
                             Jorge BRAHAM & Oscar MORALES; INSTITUTO TECNOLOGICO Y DE ESTUDIOS SUPERIORES DE
                             MONTERREY, MEXICO

TS ORG (19) 3       PARTICIPATIVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. THE APPLICATION OF SOCIAL LEARNING THEORY IN WORK GROUPS
                             Jan H. LINDELL, SWEDEN

TS ORG (19) 4       GOVERNMENTAL MANAGEMENT BY RESULTS: EFFECTS ON WORK ATTITUDES ONE YEAR AFTER ADOPTATION
                             Mikael SAARINEN & P. HUUHTANEN & K. LINDSTROM; INSTITUTE OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH,
                             FINLAND

TS ORG (19) 5       MANAGERIAL IDEOLOGIES AND LOCAL MORAL ORDERS
                             Peter K. SPINK ; ESCOLA DE ADMINISTRAÇAO DE EMPRESAS DE SAO PAULO, BRAZIL

TS ORG (19) 6       SUBJECTIVITY IN THE WORK, A CONTRIBUTION TO THE PSYCHODYNAMICS OF THE WORK
                             Rosaura RIBEIRO DE MENEZES & Antonio P.R. AGATTI & Leda L. FERREIRA;
                             UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL PAULISTA-UNESP, Brazil

PO ORG - SESSION 1  Exhibition Area
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PO ORG 2   CAREER DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL WOMEN
                    Judith BROOK ; MASSEY UNIVERSITY, NEW ZEALAND

PO ORG 3   OCCUPATIONAL STRESS IN BLUE COLLAR WORKERS
                    Judith BROOK ; MASSEY UNIVERSITY, NEW ZEALAND

PO ORG 6   THE MANAGEMENT OF MANAGERS POSTED OVERSEAS BY INDIGENOUS COMPANIES IN A NEWLY-INTERNATIONALIZING
           ECONOMY: AN EMPIRICAL QUALITATIVE STUDY OF THE SINGAPORE SITUATION
                    Juniper CHEW ; NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE, REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE

PO ORG 9   NÉO-SEXISME: PLUS ÇA CHANGE, PLUS C'EST PAREIL
                    Stephane JOLY & Francine TOUGAS & A.M. BEATON; UNIVERSITÉ D'OTTAWA, CANADA 

PO ORG 11  CONTENT VALIDITY ASSESSMENT OF AN ORGANIZATIONAL ATTRIBUTES SCALE
                    Belinda DE FRUTOS ; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID, SPAIN

PO ORG 16  THE VALIDITY OF PERSONNEL SELECTION TECHNIQUES: A REVIEW UNDER A MULTIDIMENSIONAL MODEL OF
           CATEGORIZATION
                    Jose M. DE HARO SPAIN

PO ORG 17  NEW APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF LEISURE MOTIVATION
                    Christeen GEORGE ; THAMES VALLEY UNIVERSITY; UNITED KINGDOM

PO ORG 19  HABILITÉS DU TRAVAIL: UNE PROPOSITION TAXINOMIQUE
                    Joan BOADA-GRAU & Jordi TOUS-PALLARÉS, SPAIN

PO ORG 20  THE "Cl-H-Ti": A REPRESENTATIONAL MODEL
                    Joan BOADA-GRAU & Jordi TOUS-PALLARÉS, SPAIN

PO ORG 21  A MODEL FOR THE DESIGN OF SELECTION INTERVIEWS ACCORDING TO THE JOB
                    Jose M. DE HARO  SPAIN

PO ORG 22  IS THERE POSITIVE-NEGATIVE ASYMMETRY (PNA) IN REAL-LIFE PERSONNEL ASSESSMENTS?
                    Laura J. HONKANIEMI & Pia KIVISILTA & Lilli SUNDVIK; UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI, FINLAND

PO ORG 23  THE SMELL OF WORK
                    Milena AMBROSINI ; UNIVERSITA DI BOLOGNA, ITALY

PO ORG 24  PARTICIPATION IN ETHNIC ASSOCIATIONS
                    Zeynep AYCAN  ; QUEENS UNIVERSITY, CANADA

PO ORG 27  TRAINING FOR SMALL BUSINESSES: HOW THE ITALIAN SMALL BUSINESS MANAGER SEES TRAINING
                    Massimo BELLOTO & Cristina TOFFOLON, ITALY

PO ORG 28  NEGOTIATING EFFICIENCY AND NEGOTIATING SKILLS FOR SELLERS AND NEGOTIATORS
                    Rosa CARAMES ; UNIVERSITY OF SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN

PO ORG 34  MULTI-LEVEL FACTORS AFFECTING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOB PERCEPTIONS AND SATISFACTION
                    James FARR John E. MATHIEU & Paula M. CALIGIURI; PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, USA

JULY 18 - MONDAY

11:30
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PA ORG              Room: S1

HARNESSING MANAGERIAL CREATIVITY AND INTELLECTUAL RESOURCES FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT
Fred E. FIEDLER; UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, USA


SY ORG 4            Room: S5

THE AVOLIO/BASS FULL-RANGE OF LEADERSHIP TRAINING: APPLICATIONS IN AUSTRIA/GERMANY, INDONESIA, ITALY, SPAIN
AND THE U.S./CANADA

Convener and Chairperson: Bernard M. BASS; State University of New York, USA

SY ORG (4) 1        TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP, THE LOCAL MARKET SUCCESS OF AUSTRIAN BRANCH BANK MANAGERS
                    AND TRAINING APPLICATIONS
                             Johannes STEYRER ; Wirtschaftsuniversitat Wien, Vienna, Austria & Mattias MENDE;
                             WBG Landstraber, Vienna, Austria

SY ORG (4) 2        THE EFFECTS OF THE SHAME CULTURE AND RESPECT TO ELDERS TOWARDS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF
                    TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN THE CHANGE PROCESS: THE INDONESIAN CASE
                             Frans Mardi HARTANTO ; Jurusan Teknik Insdustri, Institut Teknologi, Bandung,
                             Indonesia

SY ORG (4) 3        EVALUATION OF THE FULL-RANGE OF LEADERSHIP TRAINING OF THE SENIOR MANAGEMENT OF A
                    MULTINATIONAL ITALIAN CONGLOMERATE
                             Gian Piero BIGANDO ; ISVOR-Fiat, Torino, Italy

SY ORG (4) 4        EVALUATION OF FULL-RANGE LEADERSHIP TRAINING IN TRANSFORMATIONAL AND TRANSACTIONAL
                    LEADERSHIP IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA
                             Bruce J. AVOLIO ; Center for Leadership Studies, Binghamton University, USA



SY ORG 8            Room: S6

LEADERSHIP, GENDER AND COMMUNICATION

Conveners and Chairpersons: Carmen VARELA; INSALUD, Spain & Carmen VIZCARRO; Universidad Autonoma de Madrid,
Spain

SY ORG (8) 1        GENDER BIAS IN THE ASSESSMENT OF LEADERSHIP
                             Beverly ALIMO-METCALFE UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM

SY ORG (8) 2        SAME BUT DIFFERENT? LEARNING FROM DEVELOPING ECONOMIES HOW TO IMPLEMENT MANAGEMENT
                    DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES FOR WOMEN
                             Pauline AMOS-WILSON UNIVERSITY OF BRADFORD, UK.

SY ORG (8) 3        LA CARRIERE DES FEMMES CADRES AU MITAN DE LA VIE: PERSPECTIVES QUÉBÉCOISES ET FRANCAISES
                             Marie-Michéle GUAY ECOLE NATIONALES D'ADMINISTRATION PUBLIQUE, CANADA.

SY ORG (8) 4        ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS' DIRECTORS PROFILE THROUGH MENTAL REPRESENTATIONS OF DIFFERENT
                    GROUPS OF TEACHERS. ANALYSIS OF THE LOW REPRESENTATIVENESS OF FEMALE TEACHERS
                             H. PERAITA RUIZ, C. UNED Y ESCUELA UNIVERSITARIA SANTA MARIA, SPAIN

SY ORG (8) 5        UNE ANALYSE MOTIVATIONNELLE DU RETRAIT DES GESTIONNAIRES FEMININS ET MASCULINS DES
                    ENTERPRISES TRADITIONNELLES
                             Natalie RINFRET VALLERAND, N. & ROBERT, J. ECOLE NATIONALE D'ADMINISTRATION
                             PUBLIQUE. CANADA

SY ORG (8) 6        LEADERSHIP, GENDER AND STRESS
                              Carmen VARELA INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE LA SALUD, MADRID, SPAIN.

SY ORG (8) 7        GENDER MOTIVATION AND ACADEMIC CHOICE IN SECONDARY STUDENTS
                             C  VIZCARRO GUARCH DEL CASTILLO, M. & ARAGONES, C. & BERMEJO, I. UNIVERSIDAD
                             AUTONOMA DE MADRID, MADRID



SY ORG 12           Room: S6B

LONGITUDINAL ANALYSIS OF DECISION MAKING IN ORGANIZATIONS

Convener and Chairperson: Frank HELLER; The Tavistock Institute, UK

SY ORG (12) 1       THE CASE FOR LONGITUDINAL RESEARCH
                             Frank HELLER Tavistock Institute, UK

SY ORG (12) 2       SCENARIOS FOR INFORMATION SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT: MATCHING CONTEXT AND STRATEGY
                             Paul KOOPMAN Free University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands & Marjolein A.G. VAN
                             OFFERBEEK; University of Groningen, The Netherlands

SY ORG (12) 3       A PHASE-ANALYSIS OF INFLUENCE-POWER DISTRIBUTION IN DECISION-MAKING IN CHINESE
                    ORGANIZATIONS
                             Zhong-ming WANG Hangzhou University, China

SY ORG (12) 4       PARTICIPATION IN NEW INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN THE MEMBER STATES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION:
                    SURVEY RESULTS
                             Colin GILL University of Cambridge, UK


SY ORG 41           Room: CII

WORK AND FAMILY ISSUES: AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

Convener and Chairperson: Sheldon ZEDECK; University of California, Berkeley, USA


Discussant: Irwin GOLDSTEIN, University of Maryland, USA

SY ORG (41) 1       WORK AND FAMILY IN GERMANY
                             André BUSSING TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF MUENCHEN, GERMANY

SY ORG (41) 2       FAMILY FRIENDLY EMPLOYMENT POLICIES, SENSE OF ENTITLEMENT AND THE DISCOURSE OF TIME AS
                    A COMMODITY
                             Suzan LEWIS TAYLOR. K., MANCHESTER METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY, UK.

SY ORG (41) 3       THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF WORK AND FAMILY IN THE UNITED STATES: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE.
                             Bradley K. GOOGINS, BOSTON UNIVERSITY, USA & LOBEL, S.A., SEATTLE UNIVERSITY,
                             USA.

SY ORG (41) 4       COPING STRATEGIES WITH THE WORK-HOME CONFLICT IN ISRAEL
                             Judith RICHTER TEL AVIC UNIVERSITY, ISRAEL

SY ORG (41) 5       WORK AND FAMILY ISSUES: AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
                             Sheldon ZEDECK UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, USA.


TS ORG (8)                   Room: CV        

ASSESSMENT CENTERS AND CAREERS IN ORGANIZATIONS

TS ORG (8) 1        THE INFLUENCE OF TRANSPARENCY ON THE CONSTRUCT VALIDITY OF ASSESSMENT CENTERS
                             Martin KLEINMANN ; KIEL UNIVERSITY, GERMANY

TS ORG (8) 2        RECRUITMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF UP-AND-COMING MANAGERS. AN EXEMPLARY COMPARISON BETWEEN
                    A LARGE JAPANESE AND GERMAN COMPANY
                             Juergen DELLER & Ute FLUNKERT, GERMANY

TS ORG (8) 3        MOVING UP: THE PREDICTION OF INTENTIONS TO ACHIEVE AND FULFILL A HIGHER POSITION IN
                    SOCIAL WORK ORGANIZATIONS
                             Marieke  DEN OUDEN; DEPT. OF SOCIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, THE
                             NETHERLANDS

TS ORG (8) 4        CAREER AND LIFE CHANGES
                             Gert GRAVERSEN ; UNIVERSITY OF AARHUS, DENMARK

TS ORG (8) 5        CAREER SALIENCE AND WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT ON OVERALL JOB SATISFACTION
                             Hashim KAMIL ; MARA Institute of Technology, MALAYSIA

TS ORG (8) 6        INFLUENCE OF INDIVIDUAL CONSISTENCY ON THE CONSTRUCT VALIDITY OF ASSESSMENT CENTERS
                             Constanze KUPTSCH & Martin KLEINMANN; CHRISTIAN-ALBRECHTS-UNIVERSITÄT ZU KIEL,
                             GERMANY


TS ORG (20)         Room: S-0

ABSENTEEISM AND WELL BEING

TS ORG (20) 1       MEDICAL, ETHICAL, AND CULTURAL CONSTRAINTS ON WORK ABSENCE AND ATTENDANCE
                             Gary JOHNS ; CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY, CANADA

TS ORG (20) 2       PERCEIVED CONTROL AND WORK MONOTONY: EFFECTS ON PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING AND ABSENTEEISM
                             Irit BEN-AVI & S. MELAMED; INSTITUTE at Lowenstein Hospital, ISRAEL

TS ORG (20) 3       THE DEMAND/CONTROL/SUPPORT MODEL TESTED WITH HEALTH COMPLAINTS, RECOVERY S.T. ABSENTEEISM
                    AS DEPENDENT VARIABLES: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY
                             Jur FURDA & Pascale LE BLANC & Theo MEIJMAN & Paul SCHREURS; UTRECHT UNIVERSITY,
                             THE NETHERLANDS


JULY 18 - MONDAY

13:00
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KA ORG 1            Room: S1

THE GAP BETWEEN RESEARCH AND PRACTICE IN WORK AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Pol COETSIER; UNIVERSITY GENT, BELGIUM


JULY 18 - MONDAY

14:30
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KA ORG 2            Room: S1

TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION: ORGANISATIONAL ADVANTAGE AT THE EXPENSE OF INDIVIDUAL WELL-BEING?
John HURLEY; DUBLIN CITY UNIVERSITY, Ireland


SY ORG 5            Room: S5

THE ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED (SME's) ORGANIZATIONS

Conveners: René BOUWEN; Chris STEYAERT; Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Chairperson: René BOWEN; Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

SY ORG (5) 1        DOES THE ENTREPRENEURIAL PROFILE TRAVEL? METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN RESPECT OF THE
                    POSSIBLE IMPACT OF CULTURE ON ENTREPRENEURIAL BEHAVIOR
                             Elisabeth CHELL ; University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

SY ORG (5) 2        A RATING SCALE ON THE IMPORTANCE OF BEHAVIORAL AND SITUATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS FOR
                    ENTREPRENEURIAL SUCCESS
                             Marise Ph. BORN & Wieby M.M. ALTINK; Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The
                             Netherlands

SY ORG (5) 3        PROFILES OF CUBAN-AMERICAN ENTREPRENEURS: LEADING BUSINESS AND BUSINESS PEOPLE IN SOUTH
                    FLORIDA
                             Mark F. PETERSON & Stanley MANDEL; Texas Tech University, Lubbock, USA

SY ORG (5) 4        ORGANIZATIONAL MEANING CONFIGURATIONS WITHIN THE DEVELOPMENT OF FLEMISH HIGH TECH FIRMS
                             Chris STEYAERT & René Bowen; Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

Discussant: James L. FARR; The Pennsylvania State University, USA



SY ORG 9            Room: S6

LA GESTION DU TEMPS DANS LES ENVIRONNEMENTS DYNAMIQUES (Language: French)

Conveners and Chairpersons: Jean-Marie CELLIER; U.R.A. C.N.R.S., Université de Tolouse le Mirail, France &
Claude VALOT; CERMA, Brétigny sur Orge, France

SY ORG (9) 1        TEMPORAL MANAGEMENT IN DYNAMIC SITUATIONS
                             Jean M. CELLIER ; U.R.A. C.N.R.S., Université de Tolouse le Mirail, France &
                             Claude VALOT; CERMA, Brétigny sur Orge, France

SY ORG (9) 2        STATES VS. COUNTERS: SOME EFFECTS OF THE INTERFACE IN THE CONTROL OF A DYNAMIC SITUATION
                             A. VAN DAELE & F. CARPINELLI; Université de Liège, Belgique

SY ORG (9) 3        ANTICIPATION AIDS IN TRAFFIC MANAGEMENTA ACTIVITIES
                             H. EYROLLE & N. BOUDES & J.M. CELLIER; U.R.A. C.N.R.S., Université de Tolouse
                             le Mirail, France & F. DECORTIS; Institute for Systems Engineering and
                             Informatics, Italy

SY ORG (9) 4        TIME AND AID CONCEPTION FOR WORK ORGANIZATION IN MANUFACTURATING WORKSHOPS
                             M. Françoise VALAX & Elyeth TREMBLAY; URA-CNRS. France

SY ORG (9) 5        TIME PRESSURE IN AERONAUTICS. AN EXAMPLE OF COGNITIVE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
                             C. VALOT ; CERMA, Brétigny sur Orge, France & S. FIGAROL & M. LEROUX; CENA,
                             Touluse Cédex, France

SY ORG (9) 6        SUPPORTING ANTICIPATORY BEHAVIOR THROUGH MIMIC DISPLAYS. A FIRST ATTEMPT
                             D. JAVAUX ; Univesité de Liége, Belgique


SY ORG 13           Room: S6B

PREVENTION OF HUMAN ERRORS IN HIGH RISK SOCIO-TECHNICAL SYSTEMS

Convener and Chairperson: Véronique DE KEYSER; University of Liége, Belgium

SY ORG (13) 1       INTRODUCTION: PREVENTION OF HUMAN ERRORS IN SYSTEMS FOR ENERGY PRODUCTION AND PROCESS
                    INDUSTRY
                             V. DE KEYSER ; University of Liége, Belgium

SY ORG (13) 2       A SOFTWARE PROTOTYPE FOR AUTOMATIC PREVENTION OF ROUTINE ERRORS
                             M. MASSON ; University of Liége, Belgium

SY ORG (13) 3       TRAINING AND HUMAN ERROR IN INDUSTRIAL DIAGNOSIS SITUATION
                             K. DUNCAN & J. PATRICK; University of Wales, UK

SY ORG (13) 4       ERROR MANAGEMENT: AN ALTERNATIVE CONCEPT TO ERROR PREVENTION IN ORGANIZATIONS AND IN
                    TECHNICAL SYSTEMS DESIGN
                             M. FRESE ; Universität Giessen, Germany

SY ORG (13) 5       NEAR MISS REPORTING IN THE CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRY: AN OVERVIEW
                             T. VAN DER SCHAAF ; Technical University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands

SY ORG (13) 6       FACTORS OF OPERATOR'S RELIABILITY IN HIGH RISK AUTOMATIZED SYSTEMS
                             A.B. LEONOVA ; Moscow State University, Russia

SY ORG (13) 7       MULTIPLE CAUSALITY IN INCIDENT AND ACCIDENT GENESIS
                             G. IOSIF ; University of Bucarest, Romania

TS ORG (9)                   Room: CV

ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE

TS ORG (9) 1        SCALABILITY OF THE FOCUS-INSTRUMENT FOR MEASURING ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN TEN COUNTRIES
                             Jaap VAN MUIJEN & Paul L. KOOPMAN; VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS

TS ORG (9) 2        HOW CULTURE FORMATE MATCH STRUCTURE CONFIGURATIONS
                             Mª Jose CHAMBEL ; FACULTAD DE PSICOLOGIA E DE CIENCIAS DE EDUCAÇAO, PORTUGAL

TS ORG (9) 3        CULTURAL CHANGE AND THE CYBERNETICS OF EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
                             Eunice McCARTHY ; UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN, IRELAND

TS ORG (9) 4        CHANGING SAFETY CULTURE
                             Stephen YOUNG  & Ian DONALD; UNIVERSITY OF SURREY, U.K.

TS ORG (9) 5        USING SCALE PROFILES TO MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR, AND MONITOR, CHANGE IN A U.K. CHEMICAL
                    COMPANY
                             Judith R CHALK & Ian DONALD; UNIVERSITY OF SURREY, U.K.

TS ORG (9) 6        A PSYCHOLOGICAL MODEL OF INTERCULTURAL NEGOTIATION
                             Ginger GREGORY & Deborah KIM & Timothy A. NITTI & Rita PATEL & Heather L. REID
                             & J. Carlos RIVERO; THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, USA (Spain)


PO ORG - SESSION 2  Exhibition Area
+----------------------------------+

PO ORG 35  PROGRESSIVENESS OF HUMAN RESOURCES AND RESILIENCE OF COMPANIES
                    Nicolás FERNANDEZ LOSA ; UNIVERSIDAD DE LA RIOJA, SPAIN

PO ORG 36  ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE AND SATISFACTION: DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A QUESTIONAIRE
                    Mario B. FERREIRA & L. CURRAL; UNIVERSITY OF LISBON, PORTUGAL

PO ORG 37  STRESS IN HOSPITAL STAFF: RESEARCH TO AID MANAFEMENT ACTION
                    Dorothy M. FIELDING ; ST JAMES'S UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, UK

PO ORG 38  THE JOINT EFFECT OF ROLE CONFLICT AND ROLE AMBIGUITY ON JOB PERFORMANCE
                    Yitzhak FRIED & H.A. BEN-DAVID & R.B. TIEGS (USA) & N. AVITAL & U. YEVERECHYAHU; WAYNE
                    STATE UNIVERSITY, USA

PO ORG 39  OBJECTIVE VERSUS SELF-REPORT DATA: AN ANALYSIS OF THE IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH ON ABSENTEEISM
                    Robert R. HACCOUN & Sylvie JUTRAS & Christian DESBOIS; UNIVERSITE DE MONTREAL, CANADA

PO ORG 40  JOB SATISFACTION AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT: A TEST OF THEIR CISCRIMINANT VALIDITY
                    Ana HERNANDEZ BAEZA  & V. GONZALEZ-ROMA & B. ESPEJO & A. FERRERES & I. TOMAS; UNIVERSITY
                    OF VALENCIA, SPAIN

PO ORG 41  ISOLATION IN THE WORK?
                    Edurne IGLESIAS & F. Javier LLANEZA & Carlos REMESEIRO & Jose MUÑIZ; UNIVERSIDAD DE
                    OVIEDO, SPAIN

PO ORG 43  OVERALL JOB SATISFACTION AMONG MANAGERIAL EMPLOYEES IN THE PUBLIC SERVICES DEPARTMENT, MALAYSIA
                    Hashim KAMIL ; MARA Institute of Technology, MALAYSIA

PO ORG 44  BURNOUT AND JOB SATISFACTION IN SCHOOL TEACHERS AND HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
                    Aristotelis KANTAS ; UNIVERSITY OF PATRAS, GREECE

PO ORG 45  TRAINING OF TECHNICAL PROFESSIONALS: A RESEARCH PERSPECTIVE
                    Harold KAUFMAN ; POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY, U.S.A.

PO ORG 46  ORGANIZATIONAL FACTORS AS DETERMINANTS OF SUCCESSFUL RETURN TO WORK OF SERIOUSLY INJURED WORKERS
                    Dianna T. KENNY & John IZARD; SYDNEY UNIVERSITY, AUSTRALIA

PO ORG 47  FEMALE EMPLOYEE'S PHYSICAL APPEARANCE- A BIASING FACTOR IN PERSONNEL ASSESSMENT, OR, A
           SUCCESS-PRODUCING FACTOR IN SALES AND MARKETING ?
                    Pia  KIVISILTA & Laura HONKANIEMI & Lilli SUNDVIK; UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI, FINLAND

PO ORG 48  SEX-ROLE ORIENTATION AND SELF-PERCEPTIONS OF MANAGERIAL ABILITY
                    Karen KORABIK ; UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH, CANADA 

PO ORG 49  THE COMBINED EFFECTS OF THE LEADERSHIP STYLES OF SUPERVISOR AND SHOP-STEWARD UPON THE
           SUBORDINATES' ATTITUDES TOWARD MANAGEMENT AND LABOR-UNION, AND THEIR JOB-SATISFACTION
                    Marasu KUROKAWA & Y. KAMIZONO & K. SAKATA & K. HASSHIGUCHI; HIROSHIMA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN 

PO ORG 50  CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISON OF WORK STYLE PREFERENCE FOR MANAGERS. AN EXAMINATION OF WORK STYLE
           PREFERENCE PROFILES OBTAINED BY SWISS AND AUSTRALIAN MANAGERS COMPLETING THE TEAM MANAGEMENT INDEX
                    Glyn LAWRENCE ; CHANDLER & MacLEOD, Industrial Psychologist and Consultants, AUSTRALIA

PO ORG 52  LES ATTITUDES ´ LENDROIT DES FEMMES GESTIONNAIRES: O‰ SE SITUE LA MASSE CRITIQUE?
                    Monique LORTIE-LUSSIER & Natalie RINFRET; ECOLE DE PSYCHOLOGIE, CANADA


JULY 18 - MONDAY

17:30
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SY ORG 2            Room: S1

NEW WORK ARRANGEMENTS THROUGH TELE-INFORMATICS

Conveners and Chairpersons: J.H. Erik ANDRIESSEN; & Laurens A. TEN HORN; Delft University of Technology, The
Netherlands

SY ORG (2) 1        NEW FORMS OF COMMUNICATION IN ORGANIZATIONS
                             J.H. Erik ANDRIESSEN ; Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

SY ORG (2) 2        TELEWORK IN RURAL AREAS
                             Tony CHAPMAN ; The University of Leeds, U.K.

SY ORG (2) 3        ROLE PLAYED BY CHANNEL CHARACTERISTICS IN GROUP MEDIATED COMMUNICATION
                             José Mª PEIRO SILLA  ; University of Valencia, Spain

SY ORG (2) 4        PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN ORGANIZATIONAL DECONCENTRATION. SOME NEW IMPACTS OF INFORMATION
                    TECHNOLOGY
                             Robert A. ROE & T.C.M. TAILLIEU & J.J.M. VAN DER WIELEN; Work and Organizational
                             research Centre at Tilburg University, The Netherlands

SY ORG (2) 5        TASKDESIGN IN CROSS-ORGANIZATIONAL WORK PROCESSES
                             Laurens A. TEN HORN ; Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands


SY ORG 6            Room: S5

GROUPE ET ORGANISATION: GROUPES INFORMELS, PROCESSUS DE POUVOIR ET PROCESSUS DE COMMUNICATION (Language:
French)

Convener and Chairperson: Luc BRUNET; University of Montreal, Canada

SY ORG (6) 1        CONCEPTUALISATION ET DEVELOPPEMENT D'UN INSTRUMENT DE MESURE DES CARACTÉRISTIQUES DES
                    GROUPES INFORMELS
                             André SAVOIE ; Université de Montreal, Canada

SY ORG (6) 2        UN MODÕLE SYSTÉMIQUE DE LA STRUCTURE DE COMMUNICATION D'UN GROUPE
                             Pierre DESCHENES & Nicole CHIASSON; Université de Sherbrooke, Canada

SY ORG (6) 3        GROUPE INFORMEL: CONTESTATION OU RÉGULATION DE L'ORGANISATION
                             Claude LEMOINE ; Université de Rouen, France

SY ORG (6) 4        INFORMAL POWER DYNAMICS IN MULTIPROFESSIONALLY COMPOSED WORK TEAMS
                             Ben EMANS & H. DEINUM; University of Groningen, The Netherlands

SY ORG (6) 5        STRUCTURE INTERNE ET FONCTIONNEMENT DU GROUPE INFORMELBRUNET
                             Luc BRUNET ; Université de Montreal, Canada


SY ORG 10           Room: S6

PREDICTING PERFORMANCE IN STRESSFUL OCCUPATIONS

Convener and Chairperson: Caran A. COLVIN; San Francisco State University, USA

SY ORG (10) 1       DEFINITIONS AND OPERATIONALIZATIONS OF STRESS
                             Jay SILVA ; U.S. Army Research Institute, USA

SY ORG (10) 2       JOB ANALYSIS FOR STRESSFUL OCCUPATIONS
                             Caran COLVIN ; San Francisco State University, USA

SY ORG (10) 3       PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL PREDICTORS OF PERFORMANCE UNDER STRESS
                             Roland HESLEGRAVE ; Wellesley Hospital and University of Toronto, Canada & Caran
                             COLVIN; San Francisco State University, USA

SY ORG (10) 4       PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF WORKLOAD: A FIELD STUDY ON HIGHLY DEMANDING
                    COMPUTER WORK
                             Michael THUM & Wolfram BOUCSEIN; University of Wuppertal, Germany

SY ORG (10) 5       PREDICTING PERFORMANCE IN STRESSFUL OCCUPATIONS
                             Janet GROGAN ; Janet GROGAN, Pacific Gas and Electric Company


SY ORG 14           Room: S6B

L'UTILISATION DES CONNAISSANCES EN PSYCHOLOGIE DANS LA VIE QUOTIDIENNE (Language: French)

Convener and Chairperson: Jean MORVAL; Université de Montréal, Canada

SY ORG (14)1        The implementation of clinical knowledge in organizational/personal practice
                             Martin DeWAELE 

SY ORG (14)2        CONTRIBUTION DE L' APPROCHE 'ECOLOGIQUE AU DEVELOPPMENT ET AU TRANSFERT DOS CONNAISSANCES
                    DANS LE DOMAINE DE LA SANTE ET DU BIEN-ÉTRE
                             Sylvie JUTRAS Université du Quebec a Montréal, Canada

SY ORG (14)3        Les femmes dans les entreprises: la contribution de la psychologie sociale à la
                    reconnaissance de leur compétence
                             Monique LORTIE-LUSSIER University of Otawa, Canada

SY ORG (14)4        Le transfert des connaissances de la théorie vers l'application en psychologie
                    industriellecompétence
                             Jear MORVAL & HOULE, Lucie; University of Otawa, Canada


TS ORG (10)                  Room: CV

WORKING CONDITIONS AND WORK SAFETY

TS ORG (10) 1       WORKING CONDITIONS OF MEMBERS IN PROJECT ORGANIZATIONS
                             Svante HOVMARK & Stefan NORDQVIST; STOCKHOLM UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN

TS ORG (10) 2       LOCUS OF CONTROL. ATTITUDES TOWARDS WORK SECURITY AND POSSIBLE EXPLANATIONS FOR ACCIDENTS
                             M. Alice D'AMORIM BRAZIL

TS ORG (10) 3       THE IMPACT OF JOB CONTROL ON COPING WITH AN ORGANIZATIONAL EVENT
                             Elizabeth EATON & EVERETT, J.; THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA, WESTERN
                             AUSTRALIA

TS ORG (10) 4       MAIN AND BUFFERING EFFECTS OF EMPLOYEES' PERCEPTIONS OF WORK SAFETY
                             Bob E. HAYES & Jill PERANDER & Jennifer TRASK & Patrick JOHNSON & Susan STROM;
                             MEDICAL CONSULTANTS NORTWEST, USA

TS ORG (10) 5       LE DIAGNOSTIC DES CAUSES D'ACCIDENTS PAR LES SUJETS NON-EXPERTS: UNE VOIE ¸ EXPLORER POUR
                    LA PRÉVENTION
                             Dongo Rémi KOUABENAN ; INRETS (DERA), FRANCE 

TS ORG (10) 6       MENTAL STATES DURING SHIFTWORK AND PERSONAL RESOURCES OF NUCLEAR PLANT OPERATORS
                             Bistra TZENOVA & D. DALBOKOVA; NATIONAL CENTER OF HYGIENE, ECOLOGY AND
                             NUTRITION, BULGARIA


JULY 19 - TUESDAY

8:30
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SY ORG 15           Room: S1

WORK & PERSONALITY

Conveners and Chairpersons: Nigel NICHOLSON; London Business School, UK & Michel FRESE, University of
Giessen, Germany

SY ORG (15) 1       PERSONALITY AND WORK BEHAVIOR: EXPLORING THE LINKAGES
                             S. ADLER Stevens Institute of Technology, USA

SY ORG (15) 2       THE BIG 5: PERSONALITY AND WORK
                             Paul R. COSTA  National Institute of Aging & R. McCRAE; NIA, USA

SY ORG (15) 3       PERSONALITY VARIABLES AS PREDICTORS OF COMPETENCE AND PERFORMANCE
                             P. SAVILLE Saville & Holdsworth Ltd, U.K.

SY ORG (15) 4       PROCESSES OF MUTUAL ADAPTATION
                             Norbert SEMMER Psych. Institut der Universitat Bern, Switzerland

Discussant: Michel FRESE, University of Giessen, Germany


SY ORG 17           Room: S5

WORK MOTIVATION ACROSS CULTURES: THEORY AND RESEARCH APPLICATION

Convener and Chairperson: Miriam EREZ; Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

SY ORG (17) 1       IMPROVING PERFORMANCE BY MEANS OF SELF IDENTITY
                             Fernando ARIAS-GALICIA National University of Mexico, Mexico

SY ORG (17) 2       STRESS, COPING AND MOTIVATION IN EIGHT NATIONAL CONTEXTS:  A CROSS-CULTURAL INVESTIGATION
                             Rabi S. BHAGAT Memphis State University, USA

SY ORG (17) 3       RELATIONSHIP OF INDIVIDUALISTIC-COLLECTIVISTIC ORIENTATIONS TO PREFERENCES FOR
                    ALTERNATIVE HRM POLICIES
                             Stephen CARROLL University of Maryland, USA

SY ORG (17) 4       FACE AND HARMONY IN A WORK CONTEXT
                             Christopher EARLEY University of California, Irvine, USA

SY ORG (17) 5       GROUP PERFORMANCE LOSS:  THE EFFECTS OF CULTURE AND GROUP-BASED MOTIVATIONAL TECHNIQUES
                             Miriam EREZ & Anit SOMECH, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

SY ORG (17) 6       TIME AS A CULTURAL PHENOMENON IN EXPLAINING CAREER GOAL SETTING AND SELF EFFICACY
                             Cynthia LEE Northeastern University, Boston, USA  & Linda JAMIESON, Providence
                             College, USA


SY ORG 21           Room: S6

WORK TEAM PERFORMANCE: SOME CRITICAL ISSUES

Convener and Chairperson: Daniel R. ILGEN; Michigan State University, USA

SY ORG (21) 1       SOME EMPIRICAL RESULTS ABOUT COMMUNICATION AND PERFORMANCE OF SOFTWARE-DEVELOPMENT
                    PROJECTS
                             F.C. BRODBECK University of Giessen, Germany

SY ORG (21) 2       COLLECTIVE SELF-EFFICACY AND INDIVIDUAL WORK MOTIVATION
                             Dov EDEN Tel Aviv University, Israel

SY ORG (21) 3       DECISION MAKING IN HIERARCHICAL TEAMS WITH DISTRIBUTED EXPERTISE: A THEORY AND DATA
                             John R. HOLLENBECK  & Daniel ILGEN; Michigan State University, USA

SY ORG (21) 4       TEAM DEVELOPMENT: LEVELS, PROCESS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
                             Steve W.J. KOZLOWSKI & J. Kevin FORD & Eduardo SALAS; Michigan State University,
                             USA

SY ORG (21) 5       THE IMPACT OF PERFORMANCE BASED REWARDS IN WORK TEAMS
                             Robert WOOD University of Western Australia, Australia


SY ORG 25           Room: S6B

INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS: AN INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH AGENDA

Conveners and Chairpersons: Margarita MAYO; & Juan C. PASTOR; State University of New York at Buffalo, USA

SY ORG (25) 1       THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF MODERN ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY TO LEADERSHIP RESEARCH
                             J.L. ALVAREZ Instituto de Estudios Superiores de la Empresa, Spain

SY ORG (25) 2       CHARISMATIC LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS: BEHAVIORAL DIMENSIONS AND THEIR MEASUREMENT
                             J.A. CONGER & R.N. KANUNGO; McGill University, Canada

SY ORG (25) 3       THE FORGOTTEN ASPECTS OF LEADERSHIP: THE FOLLOWERS AND THE CONTEXT
                             Margarita MAYO & J.C. PASTOR & J.R. MEINDL, State University of New York at
                             Buffalo, USA

SY ORG (25) 4       INTERRELATIONS BETWEEN THE TWO FACTORS IN LEADERSHIP RESEARCH
                             J. MISUMI Chikushi University, Japan

SY ORG (25) 5       SOCIAL DISTANCE AND CHARISMA: THEORETICAL NOTES AND AN EXPLORATORY STUDY
                             B. SHAMIR The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel


Discussants: Cary COOPER; UK & Terry MITCHELL; USA


TS ORG (2)                   Room: C-III

WORK SATISFACTION AND MOTIVATION

TS ORG (2) 1        EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION AND ATTITUDES IN THE CHINESE WORKFORCE; A REVIEW AND A
                    CONCEPTUALISATION
                             Harry HUI ; UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG, HONG KONG

TS ORG (2) 2        SEX-ROLE ORIENTATION AND WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT ON OVERALL JOB SATISFACTION
                             Hashim KAMIL ; MARA Institute of Technology, MALAYSIA

TS ORG (2) 3        THE EFFECTS OF FEEDBACK SIGN AND TASK COMPLEXITY ON JOB PERFORMANCE AND JOB SATISFACTION
                             Ruey-Yun HORNG & Shu-Er OU & Li-Fen HUANG; NATIONAL CHIAO TUNG UNIVERSITY,
                             TAIWAN, ROC

TS ORG (2) 4        TASK MOTIVATION IN SMALL-SCALE ENTREPRENEURS
                             Anjali GHOSH ; PSYCHOMETRY LIMIT; INDIAN STATISTICAL INSTITUTE, INDIA

TS ORG (2) 5        ON THE RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF PAY REFERENTS ON PAY SATISFACTION
                             Kenneth S. LAW ; HONG KONG UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, HONG KONG


TS ORG (2) 6        SATISFACTION WITH THE USE OF SPORT FACILITIES
                             José RAMOS LOPEZ & Jose M. PEIRO; UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA, SPAIN


TS ORG (2) 7        EMPLOYEE-SATISFACTION: A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY
                             Johann VISSER & Riana VAN BREDA; UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA, REPUBLIC OF SOUTH
                             AFRICA


TS ORG (11)                  Room: CV

ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE

TS ORG (11) 1       ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE & WORKER CONSTRUALS OF THE JOB SATISFACTION CLIMATE AND
                    MANAGEMENT'S ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR TOWARDS WORKERS
                             Joan TIERNAN ; UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN, IRELAND

TS ORG (11) 2       WAYS OF COPING WITH ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE 
                             Elizabeth EATON ; THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA, NEDLANDS, WESTERN
                             AUSTRALIA

TS ORG (11) 3       BACK-STAGE AND FRONT-STAGE POWER USE BY CONSULTANTS IN ORGANIZATIONS
                             Ben J.M. EMANS & A. BOUWMEESTER & J. BOONSTRA; UNIVERSITY OF GRONINGEN, THE
                             NETHERLANDS

TS ORG (11) 4       REDUCING HIERARCHICAL LEVELS IN A PRIVATE MAIL-ORDER FIRM
                             Jocelyne ERNECQ & Dominique DELEVOYE, FRANCE

TS ORG (11) 5       ANTECEDENTS OF RESISTANCE TOWARD ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE
                             Erwin METSELAAR ; FREE UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS

TS ORG (11) 6       AN ACTION RESEARCH APPROACH IN ORGANIZATIONS: WHAT SYSTEMS ENGINEERS HAVE TO TELL US
                             Paulo M.C. NUNES DE ABREU PORTUGAL


TS ORG (21)         Room: S-0

ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT

TS ORG (21) 1       A TEST OF THE FEASIBILITY OF CHANGING ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT
                             David GUEST & Ricardo PECCEI & Andrea THOMAS; UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, UNITED
                             KINGDOM

TS ORG (21) 2       AN INQUIRY INTO THE MEANINGS AND MEASURES OF ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT
                             Syed AKHTAR & Doreen TAN & Yuet SING CHAN; CITY POLYTECHNIC OF HONG KONG, HONG
                             KONG

TS ORG (21) 3       TO REPRIMAND OR NOT TO REPRIMAND? SELF-EFFICACY COULD BE THE ANSWER
                             Elisabeth J. FRASER & Angel CABRERA; GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, USA

TS ORG (21) 4       THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT OF PART-TIME AND FULL-TIME EMPLOYEES
                             René SCHALK & Jeanette Van Den BOSCH & Charissa FREESE; WORC AT TILBURG
                             UNIVERSITY, THE NETHERLANDS

TS ORG (21) 5       JOB INVOLVEMENT AND WORK INVOLVEMENT IN RELATION TO SOME ORGANIZATIONAL AND BACKGROUND
                    FACTORS
                             Purnima MATHUR & Radha BHATIA; INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, INDIA

TS ORG (21) 6       LEADER MEMBER EXCHANGE, CONGRUENCE OF PERSONAL VALUES AND WORK COMMITMENT
                             Chris O'CONNOR & Neal ASHKANASY; UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL QUEENSLAND, Australia

TS ORG (21) 7       RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERCEPTION OF QUALITY OF WORK LIFE AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT:
                    A STUDY OF INDIAN MANAGERS
                             Anuradha SHARMA & Paras N. PANDEY; INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, India

PO ORG - SESSION 3  Exhibition Area
+----------------------------------+

PO ORG 53  PREDICTIVE RELATIONSHIPS: PAY SATISFACTION AND PAY DIFFERENTIALS AS MODERATED BY INCOME IN AN
           EGALITARIAN ORGANIZATION
                    Geula LOWENBERG & F.G. KINGSTON-O'CONNELL & M.J. O'CONNELL; UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, USA

PO ORG 55  VOCATIONAL INCONGRUENCE AND DEFENCE MECHANISMS
                    Elchanan MEIR ; TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY, ISRAEL

PO ORG 56  STUDY ABOUT THE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE LEADERSHIP STYLE PERCIBED AND THE ROLE CONFLICT IN MIDDLE
           MANAGERS
                    M. Dolores MERINO SPAIN

PO ORG 57  THE ASSESSMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL INNOVATIVENESS
                    Erwin METSELAAR ; FREE UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS

PO ORG 58  A CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY OF ALTRUISM AMONG YOUTH WORKERS
                    Jitendra  MOHAN & D. AGOCHIA; PANJAB UNIVERSITY, INDIA

PO ORG 61  PROFILE OF THE MOTIVATIONS FOR THE PSYCHOLOGY STUDENT'S WORK
                    Alfredo MUÑOZ ADANEZ & Ana Mª MARTIN JIMENEZ, UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID, SPAIN

PO ORG 62  PROFILE OF THE PERSONALITY OF THE COMMERCIAL FROM THE TEST 16PF
                    Alfredo MUÑOZ ADANEZ & Guadalupe VALLEJO BLAZQUEZ, UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID,
                    SPAIN

PO ORG 63  UTILITY ANALYSIS BASED ON TENURE
                    Brett MYORS ; THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA

PO ORG 64  POUR UNE PSYCOLOGIE DES PROFESSIONS CONTRIBUTION DE RECHERCHE SUR UNE ORGANIZATION DE CONTROLE
           SOCIAL
                    Anna María NENCI & C. del MIGLIO & A. GUGLIELMO; UNIVERSITE LA SAPIENZA, ITALY

PO ORG 65  CHANGING APPRAISAL INTO PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT: THE CREATIVE TENSION BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICAL
           PRESSURES
                    Derek NORTH ; Occupational Psychology Branch, Employment Service, UNITED KINGDOM

PO ORG 66  USING CRITICAL INCIDENT ANALYSIS TO ASSESS STRESS-COPING BEHAVIOURS IN WORK SETTINGS
                    Michael O'DRISCOLL & Cary L. COOPER; UNIVERSITY OF WAIKATO, NEW ZELAND

PO ORG 67  THE IMPLICATIONS OF USING PRE-EMPLOYMENT INTEGRITY TESTS FOR OLDER WORKERS
                    Deniz S. ONES & Chockalingam VISWESVARAN & Frank L. SCHMIDT; UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, USA

PO ORG 68  USING BIG FIVE DIMENSIONS OF PERSONALITY, INTEGRITY AND COGNITIVE ABILITY TO PREDICT ON THE JOB
           PERFORMANCE
                    Deniz S. ONES & Chockalingam VISWESVARAN & Frank L. SCHMIDT; UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, USA

PO ORG 69  ARE PEER RATINGS AFFECTED BY FRIENDSHIP BIAS?
                    Deniz S. ONES & Chockalingam VISWESVARAN & Frank L. SCHMIDT; UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, USA

PO ORG 70  QUALITY AND QUANTITY IN JOB PERFORMANCE: A META-ANALYSIS
                    Deniz S. ONES & Chockalingam VISWESVARAN & Frank L. SCHMIDT; UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, USA

PO ORG 71  THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUPERVISORY RATINGS OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS AND LEADERSHIP
                    Deniz S. ONES & Chockalingam VISWESVARAN & Frank L. SCHMIDT; UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, USA



JULY 19 - TUESDAY

11:30
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KA ORG 4            Room: S1

PRODUCTIVE AND UNPRODUCTIVE GROUPS: THE ROLE OF MEMBER CAPACITIES AND ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
Gordon E. O'BRIEN; FLINDERS UNIVERSITY, Australia

SY ORG 18           Room: S5

WORKING ON OFFSHORE OIL INSTALLATIONS: A PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

Convener and Chairperson: Rhona FLIN; The Robert Gordon University, Scotland, UK

SY ORG (18) 1       LOYALTY AND LEADERSHIP:  CONFLICTING EXPECTATIONS TOWARDS THE OFFSHORE INSTALLATION
                    MANAGER
                             Reidar J. MYKLETUN Rogaland Research Institute, Norway

SY ORG (18) 2       RISK PERCEPTION IN BRITISH OFFSHORE WORKERS
                             Torbjorn RUNDMO University of Trondheim, Norway

SY ORG (18) 3       RISK PERCEPTION AND SAFETY IN UK OFFSHORE WORKERS
                             Kathryn MEARNS & Rhona Flin, Mark Fleming, Rachael Gordon.  The Robert Gordon
                             University, Aberdeen, Scotland.

SY ORG (18) 4       OPERATOR ALERTNESS AND OFFSHORE SHIFT SCHEDULES
                             Kathy PARKES University of Oxford, United Kingdom

SY ORG (18) 5       THE EFFECTS OF INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND GROUP DYNAMICS ON COMMAND TEAM PERFORMANCE IN
                    SIMULATED OFFSHORE EMERGENCIES
                             Keith STEWART & Flin, R.H.  The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland.

SY ORG (18) 6       EFFECTIVE WORKPLACE LEADERSHIP SKILLS OF AN OFFSHORE FIRST LINE SUPERVISOR
                             David CARNEGIE The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland



SY ORG 22           Room: S6

CULTURAL CONTINGENCIES IN LEADERSHIP EFFECTIVENESS

Convener and Chairperson: Rabindra N. KANUNGO; McGill University, Canada

SY ORG (22) 1       CULTURAL CONTINGENCIES IN LEADERSHIP: IMPLICATIONS FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
                             Jay A. CONGER & Rabindra N. KANUNGO, McGill University, Canada

SY ORG (22) 2       CULTURAL CONTINGENCIES IN THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PARTICIPATION
                             Miriam EREZ Technion, Israel

SY ORG (22) 3       THE LEADER'S DECISION MAKING ROLE: THE ISSUE OF CULTURE FIT
                             Manuel MENDONCA & Rabindra KANUNGO, McGill University, Canada

SY ORG (22) 4       LEADERSHIP AND CULTURAL CONTEXT: COME PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS TO CHINESE JOINT VENTURES
                             Peter B. SMITH University of Sussex, UK & Zhong Ming WANG, Hangzhou University,
                             China

SY ORG (22) 5       LEADERSHIP STYLE, ATTITUDES AND EVALUATED PERFORMANCE IN LOCAL GOVERNMENTS: JAPAN-U.S.
                    COMPARISONS
                             Mark F. PETERSON & Jmes G. HUNT & Cathleen A. FOLKER; Texas Tech University, USA
                             & T.K. PENG, Chinese Navy Academy, Taiwan
Discussant: Peter DORFMAN, New Mexico State University, USA


SY ORG 26           Room: S6B

ISSUES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF RECURRENT SAFETY SYSTEMS FAILURES

Convener and Chairperson: Nick McDONALD; Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

SY ORG (26) 1       Some measures for the evaluation of safety courses
                             Dolores DIAZ CABRERA Universidad de La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain

SY ORG (26) 2       Risk Management by analysis of accident data
                             Peter LOURENS Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands

SY ORG (26) 3       THE USE OF INTERNATIONAL DATA IN THE ANALYSIS OF ACCIDENTS
                             G. WHITE & Nick McDONALD & William WALSH, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

SY ORG (26) 4       
                             Nick McDONALD & Ray FULLER & William WALSH, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

TS ORG (3)                   Room: C-III

PERFORMANCE AND PRODUCTIVITY

TS ORG (3) 1        CROSS CULTURAL EFFECTS ON PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL IN ORGANIZATIONS: A FACET ANALYTIC
                    INTERPRETATION
                             Zur SHAPIRA & Eli ZEZULUN; LEONARD N. STERN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
                             EDUCATION CENTER, USA

TS ORG (3) 2        UNE DECOUVERTE MAJEURE: LE ROLE SIGNIFICATIF DE L'EFFICIENCE COGNITIVE DANS LES ATTITUDES
                    ET LA PRODUCTIVITE AU TRAVAIL.
                             Pierre AUDI & Jean-Ives FRIGON; UNIVERSITE DE MONTREAL, CANADA

TS ORG (3) 3        INNOVATION AND PRODUCTIVITY IN GERMAN COMPANIES
                             Markus WERTHERBACH ; RWTH AACHEN, FRG, GERMANY


TS ORG (3) 4        IMPACT OF KNOWLEDGE OF RESULTS ON PRODUCTIVITY AND WORK-RELATED ATTITUDES
                             Ari LEIVO ; THE INSTITUTE OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, FINLAND

TS ORG (3) 5        TRAINING AND EVALUATING WORKER PERFORMANCE USING MANUAL HANDLING ASSESSMENT AIDS.
                             Mark T. FLEMING ; OFFSHORE MANAGEMENT CENTER THE ROBERT GORDON UNIVERSITY, U.K.

TS ORG (3) 6        HOW PERFORMANCE MONITORING AFFECTS THE ALLOCATION OF TASK RESOURCES
                             Neil BREWER ; THE FLINDERS UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA


TS ORG (12)                  Room: CV

ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE

TS ORG (12) 1       ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE: THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT RESPONSE FORMATS ON PERCEPTUAL AGREEMENT
                             Rebecca LAWTHOM & Malcolm PATTERSON; UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD; UK

TS ORG (12) 2       THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TYPES OF INTERRUPTION AND CHAIR INTERVENTION STYLES IN INCIDENTS
                    OF CONFLICT
                             George KUK & David WOOD & Neil ANDERSON & Michael WEST; UNIVERSITY OF
                             NOTTINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM

TS ORG (12) 3       ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE - IS IT POSSIBLE TO AGREE?
                             Malcolm PATTERSON &  M.WEST & R. PAYNE; MRC/ESRC SOCIAL AND APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
                             UNIT, U.K.

TS ORG (12) 4       AN EXPLORATION OF THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE AND QUALITY VARIABLES
                             Mary K. SCHRATZ & Jaremy K. BOYD; HRSTRATEGIES, USA

TS ORG (12) 5       CONNECTION BETWEEN BULLYING AND THE ATMOSPHERE AT THE WORKPLACE
                             Maarit VARTIA ; INSTITUTE OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, FINLAND


TS ORG (22)         Room: S-0

GENERAL APPLIED ISSUES IN ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY (Language: Spanish)

TS ORG (22) 1       A FRAMEWORK TO EVALUATE THE ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS AND CULTURE
                             Jose C. SANCHEZ-GARCIA UNIVERSIDAD DE SALAMANCA, SPAIN

TS ORG (22) 2       UN SERVICE DE PSYCHOLOGIE DANS LES SERVICES MEDICAUX D'UNE GRANDE ENTREPRISE: EXAMPLE
                    D'UNE DES NOMBREUX ACTIVITES: UN ETUDE PSICHOLOGIQUE SUR LES ABSENCES AU TRAVAIL
                             Franciso DELGADO ; Jefatura del Servicio Médico de Telefónica, SPAIN

TS ORG (22) 3       A TEST OF THE INTERACTIONIST HYPOTHESIS ON WORK-TEAM CLIMATE FORMATION
                             Vicente GONZALEZ-ROMA & P. GONZALEZ-NAVARRO & I. RODRIGUEZ & M. J. BRAVO & J.
                             M. PEIRO; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN

TS ORG (22) 4       JOB SATISFACTION IN TWO COMPANIES. A COMPARATIVE STUDY
                             Anastasio OVEJERO & A.I. GARCIA ALVAREZ & J.A. FERNANDEZ ALONSO; UNIVERSITY OF
                             OVIEDO, SPAIN

TS ORG (22) 5       CHARACTERISTICS OF THE WORK CLIMATE AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING
                             Fernando PRIETO & P. HONTANGAS & M.J. BRAVO & I. RODRIGUEZ & P. RIPOLL & E.
                             HERNANDEZ; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN

TS ORG (22) 6       A CAUSAL MODEL OF LINKAGES AMONG PERFORMANCE AND ITS DETERMINANTS
                             José C. SANCHEZ-GARCIA & E. BUCETA, UNIVERSIDAD DE SALAMANCA, SPAIN

TS ORG (22) 7       LE CHAGEMENT CULTUREL AUX ORGANISATIONS HORIZONTALES. ANALYSE DU PROCÉDÉ
                             Javier URIZ URZAINQUI SPAIN


JULY 19 - TUESDAY

13:00          
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KA ORG 5            Room: S1

ATTITUDES TOWARDS WORK AND THE MARKET ECONOMY IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE
Antonio RUIZ-QUINTANILLA; CORNELL UNIVERSITY, USA


JULY 19 - TUESDAY

14:30
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KA ORG 6            Room: S1

AGE, PSYCHOLOGY AND WORK
Peter WARR; UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, United Kingdom


SY ORG 19           Room: S5

EMERGING ISSUES IN SELECTION RESEARCH IN COMPLEX ORGANIZATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS

Convener and Chairperson: Irwin L. GOLDSTEIN; University of Maryland at College Park, USA

SY ORG (19) 1       SELECTING MANAGERS IN AN INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT: ASSUMPTIONS AND PRACTICES
                             Wayne F. CASCIO University of Colorado at Denver, USA

SY ORG (19) 2       SELECTION FOR SERVICE BUSINESSES
                             Benjamin SCHNEIDER Univesity of Maryland, USA

SY ORG (19) 3       SELECTION RESEARCH ISSUES IN ADVERSARIAL LEGAL SITUATIONS
                             Irwin L. GOLDSTEIN Univesity of Maryland at College Park, USA

SY ORG (19) 4       ALTERNATIVES TO RANK ORDER SELECTION
                             Sheldon ZEDECK University of California, Berkeley, USA

SY ORG (19) 5       A SOCIAL-RELATIONAL PERSPECTIVE OF SELECTION
                             H. Peter DACHLER University of St. Gallen for Business Administration,
                             Economics, Law and Social Sciences, Switzerland

SY ORG (19) 6       VIDEOTESTING AS A DOUBLE TECHNIQUE IN PERSONNEL SELECTION
                             Enzo SPALTRO University of Bologna, Italy

Discussant: Wieby ALTINK, Psychotechniek, The Netherlands



SY ORG 23           Room: S6

CULTURAL ERGONOMICS IN THE WORLD AT WORK: ISSUES AND AGENDAS

Convener and Chairperson: Michael KAPLAN; U.S. Army Research Institute, USA

SY ORG (23) 1       CROSS-CULTURAL ASPECTS OF HUMAN FACTORS IN DRIVER BEHAVIOR
                             Sade A. MANNAA Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

SY ORG (23) 2       CULTURAL DIFFERENCES IN THE DESIGN OF THE WORKPLACE
                             Jefferson M. KOONCE University of Central Florida, USA

SY ORG (23) 3       ISSUES IN THE PERFORMANCE OF HETEROCULTURAL TEAMS
                             Ben B. MORGAN & Clint A. BOWERS; University of Central Florida, USA


SY ORG 27           Room: S6B

MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES ON POWER, EQUITY AND REWARD DISTRIBUTION

Convener and Chairperson: Terence R. MITCHELL; University of Washington, USA

SY ORG (27) 1       REDISCOVERING TWO-FACTOR THEORIES OF WORK MOTIVATION: EQUITY AS AN HYGIENE FACTOR
                             Steve DAKIN University of Canterbury, New Zealand

SY ORG (27) 2       MANAGERS' WAY OF INTERACTING AND SUCCESSFUL LEADERSHIP: A CROSS-CULTURAL EVALUATION
                             Stina IMMONEN  Helsinki University of Technology, Finland & Marita HYTTINEN,
                             University of Oulu, Finland & Judith KOMAKI, The City University of New York,
                             USA

SY ORG (27) 3       POWER IN ORGANIZATIONS: WORDS AND DEEDS
                             Boris KABANOFF University of NSW, Australia

SY ORG (27) 4       THE POWER OF CHANGE
                             Joan MEYER Universiteit van Amsterdam, The Netherlands

SY ORG (27) 5       GROUP BEHAVIOR & ATTRIBUTIONS FOR PERFORMANCE OUTCOMES AS A FUNCTION OF THE DIFFERENCES
                    IN THE POWER OF LEADER
                             Terence R. MITCHELL University of Washington, USA

TS ORG (4)          Room: C-III

NEW MODELS OF LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS

TS ORG (4) 1        INTEGRATED MODEL OF LEADERSHIP FOR AMBITS OF ACCELERATION CHANGE
                             Lucía GATO & Jose M. GIL; IBERMATICA, S.A., SPAIN

TS ORG (4) 2        GOOD MANAGER, GOOD COACH?: WHAT IS NEEDED FOR EFFECTIVE COACHING?
                             Helen BALLARD ; EMPLOYMENT SERVICE, U.K. 

TS ORG (4) 3        NECESSITY OF LEADERSHIP
                             Reinout de VRIES ; KUB, THE NETHERLANDS

TS ORG (4) 4        AN ACTION STUDY ON LEADERSHIP TRAINING
                             Kiyoshi MAIYA ; NARA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN

TS ORG (4) 5        LEADER TASK ORIENTED BEHAVIOR: A MODEL
                             John P. KEENAN ; UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADINSON, USA

TS ORG (4) 6        TRANSACTIONAL vs. TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP, AN ANALYSIS OF THE MLQ IN THE NETHERLANDS
                             Deanne N. DEN HARTOG & Jaap VAN MUIJEN & Paul KOOPMAN; VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT, THE
                             NETHERLANDS


TS ORG (13)                  Room: CV

ORGANIZATIONAL ENTRY AND WORK SOCIALIZATION (Language: Spanish)

TS ORG (13) 1       WORK CENTRALITY IN YOUTH THROUGH THE PROCESS OF WORK SOCIALIZATION: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY
                             Francisco Javier GRACIA LERIN ; UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA, SPAIN

TS ORG (13) 2       ACTUAL AND POTENTIONAL DEMAND OF ACCOUNTANCY GRADUATES SERVICES IN MEXICO CITY
                             Elsa DE LARREA Y DAVALOS  ; UNAM, MEXICO

TS ORG (13) 3       CHANGES IN THE VALUATION OF WORK IN YOUTH DURING THE ORGANIZATIONAL ENTRY
                             Francisco Javier GRACIA LERIN ; UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA, SPAIN

TS ORG (13) 4       COPING STRATEGIES DURING THE PROCESS OF INCORPORATION INTO A JOB
                             Pilar  RIPOLL & Pilar MARTIN & Francisco GRACIA; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN

TS ORG (13) 5       DIFFERENTIAL SOCIALIZATION AND WORK CAREER PROGRESS
                             Isabel RODRIGUEZ & A. CABALLER & P. HONTANGAS; UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA, SPAIN

PO ORG - SESSION 4  Exhibition Area
+----------------------------------+

PO ORG 72  BIG FIVE DIMENSIONS OF PERSONALITY AND DIMENSIONS OF CULTURE IN EXPATRIATE SELECTION: A POLICY
           CAPTURING STUDY
                    Deniz S. ONES & Chockalingam VISWESVARAN & Angelika REISS; UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, USA

PO ORG 73  EFFORT AND JOB KNOWLEDGE: ARE THEY TWO DIFFERENT COMPONENTS OF JOB PERFORMANCE?
                    Deniz S. ONES & Chockalingam VISWESVARAN & Frank L. SCHMIDT; UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, USA

PO ORG 74  ABSENTEEISM AND SUPERVISORY RATINGS OF JOB PERFORMANCE
                    Deniz S. ONES & Chockalingam VISWESVARAN & Frank L. SCHMIDT; UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, USA

PO ORG 75  CORRELATES OF PRE-EMPLOYMENT INTEGRITY TESTS
                    Deniz S. ONES & Chockalingam VISWESVARAN & Frank L. SCHMIDT; UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, USA

PO ORG 77  EXPLORING MODELS OF WORK ABSENCE BEHAVIOUR APPLICABLE TO AIRLINE EMPLOYEES
                    Kim PRUSER ; THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA

PO ORG 79  JOB EXPERIENCE AND JOB PERFORMANCE: A CONCEPTUAL AND META-ANALYTIC REVIEW
                    Miguel A. QUIÑONES J. Kevin FORD & Mark TEACHOUT; RICE UNIVERSITY, USA

PO ORG 80  OVERCOMING INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION BARRIERS IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION
                    Angelica REISS & Deniz S. ONES; UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, USA

PO ORG 81  UNDERSTANDING VIOLENCE AT WORK
                    Angelica REISS & Chockalingam VISWESVARAN & Deniz S. ONES; UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, USA

PO ORG 82  EFFECTIVE TACTICAL INTERACTION IN AN EQUAL POWER SITUATION
                    Carlos REMESEIRO & E. IGLESIAS; UNIVERSITY OF OVIEDO, SPAIN

PO ORG 83  EFFECTIVE TACTICAL INTERACTION IN A WEAK-DESEQUILIBRIUM POWER SITUATION
                    Carlos REMESEIRO & E. IGLESIAS; UNIVERSITY OF OVIEDO, SPAIN

PO ORG 84  EFFECTIVE TACTICAL INTERACTION IN A STRONG-DESEQUILIBRIUM POWER SITUATION
                    Carlos REMESEIRO & E. IGLESIAS; UNIVERSITY OF OVIEDO, SPAIN

PO ORG 85  DO PERSONS WITH SELF-DECEPTION TENDENCY MAKE A SUCCESSFULL CAREER?
                    Satu S. ROININEN & Lilli SUNDVIK; UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI, FINLAND

PO ORG 86  A COMPARISON OF SELF AND ORGANIZATIONALLY EMPLOYED MEN AND WOMEN
                    Hazel M. ROSIN Karen KORABIK; YORK UNIVERSITY, CANADA

PO ORG 87  ACCURACY OF SELF-ASSESSMENT IN PERSONELL SELECTION
                    Pia M. ROUHIAINEN & Lilli SUNDVIK; UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI, FINLAND

PO ORG 88  OCCUPATIONAL STRESS, JOB SATISFACTION AND COPING STYLES: THE CASE OF THE BANK PERSONNEL
                    Nesrin H. SAHIN & A. DURAK; BILKENT UNIVERSITY, TURKIE

PO ORG 90  ATTITUDE CHANGE IN SIMSOC GAMES
                    Jun SHIMIZU ; KONAN WOMEN'S UNIVERSITY, JAPAN

JULY 19 - TUESDAY

17:30
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SY ORG 20           Room: S5

NEW APPROACHES TO ORGANIZATIONAL CAREERS

Convener and Chairperson: Beryl HESKETH; Macquaire University, Sydney, Australia

SY ORG (20) 1       MANAGERIAL CAREERS IN ORGANIZATIONS
                             Peter HERRIOT Sundridge Park Management Centre, UK

SY ORG (20) 2       INTEGRATING TRAINING AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT: DECISION-MAKING ABOUT PARTICIPATING IN
                    TRAINING
                             Beryl HESKETH Macquire University, Sydney, Australia

SY ORG (20) 3       THE INFLUENCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL AND RETIREMENT ATTITUDES ON ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIORS AND
                    CAREER TRANSITIONS
                             Charles HULIN University of Illinois, USA & Kathy HANISCH, Iowa State
                             University, USA

SY ORG (20) 4       FACTORS AFFECTING DECISIONS TO TAKE A RETIREMENT PACKAGE, AND POST DECISION SATISFACTION
                             Austin ADAMS & Helen MURPHY, University of New South Wales, Australia

SY ORG (20) 5       THE APPLICATIONS OF THEORY AND RESEARCH IN ADULT COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT TO CAREER
                    MANAGEMENT
                             John ARNOLD University of Manchester, UK

Discussant: Nigel NICHOLSON, London Business School, UK


SY ORG 24           Room: S6

CONSEQUENCES OF POWER AND INFLUENCE IN ORGANIZATIONS

Conveners and Chairpersons: Wolfgang SCHOLL; Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany & Sik Hung NG; Victoria
University of Wellington, New Zealand

SY ORG (24) 1       THE CONSECUENCES OF BEHAVIOR TECHNOLOGY  FOR THE TECHNOLOGIST
                             David KIPNIS Temple University, USA

SY ORG (24) 2       THE CULTURAL MEANING OF POWER AND INFLUENCE
                              IRGOP (International Research Group on Power) 

SY ORG (24) 3       BASES OF POWER AND INFLUENCE AS A RANK ORDER OF RESTRICTING OTHERS - EMOTIONAL AND MORAL
                    CONSEQUENCES
                             Wolfgang SCHOLL Humboldt University at Berlin, Germany

SY ORG (24) 4       CULTURE AND GENDER AS MEDIATORS OF THE ACCESS TO AND THE CHOICE OF POWER AND INFLUENCE
                    BASES - A FOUR COUNTRY STUDY
                             Priti UBALE India/Canada

SY ORG (24) 5       THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BASES AND TACTICS OF POWER AND INFLUENCE
                             Ulrike BUSCHMEIER University of Goettingen, Germany

SY ORG (24) 6       POWER RELATIONS AND CONTROL FEELINGS: THE SOCIAL DIMENSION
                             Eric DEPRET Universite de Grenoble, France


SY ORG 28           Room: S6B

A COMPARISON OF POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITATIONS OF ACTIVITY THEORY AND INFORMATION THEORY IN INDUSTRIAL AND
ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

Conveners and Chairpersons: Martin MORF; University of Windsor, Canada & K.P. TIMPE; University of Berlin,
Germany

SY ORG (28)1        A COMPARISON OF POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITATIONS OF ACTIVITY THEORY IN INDUSTRIAL AND
                    ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
                             M. MORF ; University of Windsor, Canada & TIME, K.P. Technische Universitat
                             Berlin, Germany

SY ORG (28)2        COMPLEXITY, INCONGRUITY, AND INFORMATION
                             Matthias RAUTERBERG Work and Organizational Psychology Unit. Swiss Federal
                             Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich

SY ORG (28)3        AN ACTIVITY THEORY APPROACH TO PERSONAL DILEMMAS DOR ACADEMIC JOB SEEKERS IN THE
                    POST-TOTALITARIAN BULGARIAN SOCIETY
                             Marin IGNATOV Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

TS ORG 1            Room: S-1

WORK AND ROLE STRESS

TS ORG (1) 1        TEAMWORK AND STRESS IN PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRES. A CAUSAL MODEL
                             Vicente GONZALEZ-ROMA ; UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA, SPAIN

TS ORG (1) 2        SENSE OF COMPETENCE AS A MODERATOR OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONAL ROLE STRESS
                    AND SATISFACTION
                             R.N. ANANTHARAMAN & P.T. SRINIVASAN; INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, INDIA    
                               

TS ORG (1) 3        MANAGING "STRESS" AT WORK: THE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF ORGANIZATIONAL INTERVENTIONS
                             Rob BRINER ; UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

TS ORG (1) 4        ROLE STRESS SCALE (ELE-1)
                             Manuel FERNANDEZ-RIOS & Ana CORREIA; U.A.M. UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID,
                             SPAIN

TS ORG (1) 5        SOURCES OF STRESS FOR MANAGERS: IS WORK REALLY THE CAUSE OF ILL-HEALTH?
                             Margaret LINDORFF ; MONASH UNIVERSITY, AUSTRALIA

TS ORG (1) 6        OCCUPATIONAL STRESS ASSESSMENT FOR JAPANESE WORKER GROUPS
                             Mieko WATANABE & Koji TANAKA & Taneshi KOSAKA; MEIJI GAKUIN UNIVERSITY, JAPAN 


TS ORG (5)          Room: C-III

LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISION

TS ORG (5) 1        STUDY ON LEADERSHIP IN A HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATION USING THE BASS'S MULTIFACTOR LEADERSHIP
                    QUESTIONNAIRE (M.L.Q.)
                             Fernando MOLERO & Franciso MORALES, SPAIN

TS ORG (5) 2        ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL OF SHARED LEADERSHIP IN SCHOOL REFORM
                             Ursula CASANOVA ; ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, USA

TS ORG (5) 3        A STRUCTURE FOR PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISION
                             Paul O'GRADY ; ST. PAUL UNIVERSITY, CANADA

TS ORG (5) 4        THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEADER BEHAVIOR AND SUBORDINATE MOTIVATION IN JAPAN: A TEST OF
                    TWO LEADERSHIP MODELS
                             Susan E. MURPHY & Peggy S. HUNT & Jennifer MACAULAY & Patrick J. BETTIN;
                             CALREMONT McKENNA COLLEGE, USA

TS ORG (5) 5        IS LEADERSHIP STYLE RELATED TO TYPE A/B BEHAVIOR?
                             Tuncay ERGENE & Gúl AYDIN; HACETTEPE UNIVERSITY, TURKEY

TS ORG (5) 6        SUPERVISORS' STRESS AND THEIR ACTIVENESS IN DEVELOPING THE PSYCHOLOGICAL WORK ENVIRONMENT
                             Anna-Liisa ELO & S. KIVINIITTY; INSTITUTE OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH, FINLAND


TS ORG (14)                  Room: CV

WOMEN IN WORK AND ORGANIZATIONS

TS ORG (14) 1       THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AN ORGANISATIONS' EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES POLICY FOR THE ROLE AND
                    TRAINING OF PROFESSIONAL WOMEN
                             Lena WANFORD ; FIRE SERVICE COLLEGE, UK

TS ORG (14) 2       PERCEIVED SERIOUSNESS, RECOMMENDED AND EXPECTED ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSE AND EFFECTS OF
                    "BYSTANDER" AND "DIRECT" SEXUAL HARASSMENT
                             Richard C. SORENSON R. LUZIO & M. LAMBIE; CALIFORNIA SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL
                             PSYCHOLOGY, USA

TS ORG (14) 3       PERSONALITY DIMENSIONS OF SUCCESSFUL CAREER WOMEN IN INDIA
                             Shalini BHOGLE ; OSMANIA UNIVERSITY, INDIA

TS ORG (14) 4       GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE WORK VALUES OF OLDER STAFF
                             Margaret PATRICKSON & Linley HARTMANN; ELTON MAYO SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT,
                             UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA

TS ORG (14) 5       THE POLICE ROLE: CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISONS OF THE PERCEPTIONS OF MALE AND FEMALE
                    RECRUITS AND SERVING OFFICERS
                             Gayre CHRISTIE Queensland University of Technology, Australia


JULY 20 - WEDNESDAY

8:30
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SY ORG 29           Room: S5

SYSTEMATIC AND HOLISTIC DIAGNOSIS OF STRESS IN ORGANIZATIONS

Conveners and Chairperson: Shimon L. DOLAN; University of Montreal, Canada

SY ORG (29) 1       TOWARD AN UNDERSTANDING OF PSYCHOLOGICAL BURNOUT AND EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL WELL-BEIGN
                    IN ORGANIZATIONS
                             Ronald BURKE York University, Canada

SY ORG (29) 2       PREVENTION OF TREATMENT IN DEALING WITH ORGANIZATIONAL STRESS
                             Cary L. COOPER ; University of Manchester, UK

SY ORG (29) 3       MANAGING STRESS THROUGH PERSONNEL AND HUMAN RESOUCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
                             Randall S. SCHULER & Susan E. JACKSON; New York University, USA

SY ORG (29) 4       DIAGNOSIS STRESS IN ORGANIZATIONS: TOWARD AN INTEGRATIVE NETWORK
                             Arie SHIROM  Tel Aviv University, Israel

SY ORG (29) 5       COMPUTER-ASSISTED DIAGNOSIS OF INDIVIDUAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL STRESS: PREMISES OF A NEW
                    TECHNOLOGY
                             Shimon L. DOLAN The University of Montreal, Canada


SY ORG 33           Room: S6

INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS OF JOB ANALYSIS IN ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

Convener and Chairperson: Juan I. SANCHEZ; Florida International University, USA

SY ORG (33) 1       USING JOB ANALYSIS TO MONITOR POLICY IMPLEMENTATION IN THE BASQUE POLICE
                             Mikel GORRITI BONTIGUI & Enrique Aguirrezabal Otalora & Arantza Irusta Sainz,
                             BASQUE GOVERNMENT, SPAIN

SY ORG (33) 1       USING JOB ANALYSIS TO MONITOR POLICY IMPLEMENTATION IN THE BASQUE POLICE
                             Mikel GORRITI BONTIGUI & Enrique Aguirrezabal Otalora & Arantza Irusta Sainz,
                             BASQUE GOVERNMENT, SPAIN

SY ORG (33) 2       EVALUATION OF METHODOLOGY FOR DEVELOPING AND VALIDATING MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
                             Edward L. LEVINE University of South Florida, U.S.A.

SY ORG (33) 2       EVALUATION OF METHODOLOGY FOR DEVELOPING AND VALIDATING MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
                             Edward L. LEVINE University of South Florida, U.S.A.

SY ORG (33) 3       INCORPORATING JOB ANALYSIS INFORMATION INTO ASSESSMENT CENTERS
                             José A. RIVERA  & Christella Navedo Galindez & María Olivencia Cortés, PUERTO
                             RICO TELEPHONE COMPANY, PUERTO RICO

SY ORG (33) 3       INCORPORATING JOB ANALYSIS INFORMATION INTO ASSESSMENT CENTERS
                             José A. RIVERA  & Christella Navedo Galindez & María Olivencia Cortés, PUERTO
                             RICO TELEPHONE COMPANY, PUERTO RICO

SY ORG (33) 4       FROM DOCUMENTATION TO INNOVATION: REVISING THE ASSUMPTIONS OF TRADITIONAL JOB ANALYSIS
                             Juan SANCHEZ & Scott L. Fraser, Florida International University, U.S.A.

SY ORG (33) 4       FROM DOCUMENTATION TO INNOVATION: REVISING THE ASSUMPTIONS OF TRADITIONAL JOB ANALYSIS
                             Juan SANCHEZ & Scott L. Fraser, Florida International University, U.S.A.

SY ORG 37           Room: S6B

OUTPLACEMENT IN EUROPE

Convener and Chairperson: Mike SMITH; University of Manchester, USA

SY ORG (37) 1       INTRODUCTION TO OUTPLACEMENT
                             Mike SMITH Manchester School of Management, UK

SY ORG (37) 2       USE OF PSYCHOMETRIC ASSESSMENT IN OUTPLACEMENT
                             George ERDOS Newcastle University, UK

SY ORG (37) 3       PREDICTABILITY OF DEDICATION AND SUCCESS IN THE OUTPLACEMENT SITUATION
                             E. HUMMELEN Netherlands Outplacement Institute, The Netherlands

SY ORG (37) 4       EXPECTATIONS OF REDUNDANCY AND JOB LOSS AMONG MANAGERS AND PROFESSIONAL STAFF
                             Mike SMITH Manchester School of Management, UK

SY ORG (37) 5       OUTPLACEMENT AT THE CROSS-ROAD
                             Leopoldo R. KABANA Executive Drive SA, Spain


TS ORG (15)                  Room: CV

TRAINING (I)

TS ORG (15) 1       CROSS-CULTURAL TRAINING FOR ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE: A STATEHOLDER EVALUATION IN FORD OF
                    EUROPE
                             Fiona PATTERSON & Neil ANDERSON & S. FERGUSON; THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM,
                             UNITED KINGDOM

TS ORG (15) 2       LE TRANSFERT DES APPRENTISSAGES SUITE ¸ UNE ACTIVITÉ DE PERFECTIONNEMENT AU SEIN DES
                    ORGANISATIONS: APPROCHE CONSTRUCTIVISTE ET INTERACTIONNISTE
                             Jean-Marc PILON ; UNIVERSITÉ DU QUÉVEC ¸ RIMOUSKI, CANADA

TS ORG (15) 3       L'APPROPRIATION DES CONCEPTS "FACTEURS HUMAINS" PAR LES INGENIEURS, CONSEQUENCES SUR LA
                    FORMATION INITIALE
                             Thierry PRADERE & T. PRADERE & C. GUILLEVIC; A.N.A.C.T., FRANCE

TS ORG (15) 4       INSTITUTIONAL DIAGNOSTIC: ASSESSING AN EDUCATIVE CENTER. STEPS OF INTERVENTION
                             Emilce STRUCCHI & Pablo LUNAZZI & Cristina DABOUZA; AIGLE, CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS
                             HUMANOS, ARGENTINA

TS ORG (15) 5       THE ROLES THAT CONSULTANTS UNDERTAKE WHEN HELPING CLIENTS: A NEW MODEL FOR USE IN
                    TRAINING
                             Allan WILLIAMS & Sally WOODWARD; CITY UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL, UNITED KINGDOM

TS ORG (15) 6       SELF-EFFICACY IN COMPLEX SKILL LEARNING
                             Ruth KANFER ; UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, USA


TS ORG (23)         Room: S-0

WORKING GROUPS

TS ORG (23) 1       A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF GROUP PROCESSES IN MANAGEMENT MEETINGS
                             George KUK & David WOOD & Neil ANDERSON & Michael WEST; UNIVERSITY OF
                             NOTTINGHAM, UNITED KINGDOM

TS ORG (23) 2       MEASUREMENT OF THE PROCESSES IN INTERGROUP DISCRIMINATION
                             Toshikatsu KAKIMOTO & Dominic ABRAMS; YONEZAWA WOMEN'S COLLEGE, JAPAN

TS ORG (23) 3       IS THE QUALITY INCREASING AS A SESSION OF BRAINSTORMING IS PROGRESSING?
                             Alfredo MUÑOZ ADANEZ & Daniel MUÑOZ MARRON. U.C.M. UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE
                             MADRID, SPAIN

TS ORG (23) 4       INNOVATIONS IN RESEARCH GROUPS, A COMPARISON OF THE GERMAN AND AMERICAN GROUP
                             Annedore SCHULZE ; FÖRDERUNGSGESELLSCHAFT WISSENSCHAFTLICHE NEUVORHOBEN, FSP
                             WISSENSCHAFTSTHEORIE, GERMANY

TS ORG (23) 5       IN-BASKET TEAM BUILDING: INNOVATIVE APPLICATION OF AN OLD SYSTEM
                             Mitchell E. KUSY ; UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS, USA


PO ORG - SESSION 5  Exhibition Area
+----------------------------------+

PO ORG 91  PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG TESTING METHODS FOR PERSONNEL SELECTION IN UNITED STATES COMPANIES
                    Marcia SIMMERING & Deniz S. ONES; UNIVERSITY OF LOWA, USA


PO ORG 93  USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR SAFETY CRITICAL TRAINING
                    Georgina M.A. SLAVEN & Linda CHARNLEY & Alan HUNT & Barry MURTON & Yong TU; THE ROBERT
                    GORDON UNIVERSITY, UNITED KINGDOM


PO ORG 94  DO THE MANAGEMENT CHARTER INITIATIVE STANDARDS APPLY TO UK BUSINESS MANAGERS?
                    Georgina M.A. SLAVEN ; THE ROBERT GORDON UNIVERSITY, UNITED KINGDOM


PO ORG 95  A SYSTEMS MODEL OF PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
                    Hermann H. SPANGENBERG ; UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH BUSINESS SCHOOL, SOUTH AFRICA

PO ORG 96  APPLICATION OF PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA
                    Hermann H. SPANGENBERG ; UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH BUSINESS SCHOOL, SOUTH AFRICA

PO ORG 97  COOPERATIVE ACTING IN ORGANIZATIONS
                    Erika SPIESS ; INSTITUTE OF PSYCHOLOGY, GERMANY

PO ORG 99  ACCURACY OF SUPERVISORY PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENTS
                    Lilli SUNDVIK & Marjaana LINDEMAN; UNIVERSITY OF HELSINKI, FINLAND

PO ORG 100          THE USE AND EFFECTIVENESS OF HUMOR IN ORGANIZATIONS
                    Brenda N. SUTPHIN & Alastair V.E. HARRIS; RADFORD UNIVERSITY, USA

PO ORG 101          SISTEME D'EVALUATION D'ENTRAINEMENT
                    Alvaro TAMAYO & Amelia R. ALVES; UNIVERSIDADE DE BRASILIA, BRASIL

PO ORG 102          THE IMPORTANCE OF HUMAN NEEDS DURING RETROSPECTIVE PEACETIME AND THE PERSIAN GULF WAR:
                    EMPLOYEES IN THE MIDDLE EAST
                    Thomas Li-Ping TANG & Abdul H. SAFWAT IBRAHIM (Saudi Arabia); MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE
                    UNIVERSITY, USA

PO ORG 103          THE IMPORTANCE OF HUMAN NEEDS DURING RETROSPECTIVE PEACETIME AND THE PERSIAN GULF WAR:
                    UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES
                    Thomas Li-Ping TANG & Theresa Li-Na TANG; MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY, USA

PO ORG 104          TEACHING EVALUATION IN THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS: FACTORS RELATED TO THE OVERALL TEACHING
                    EFFECTIVENESS
                    Thomas Li-Ping TANG; MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY, USA

PO ORG 105          EXTENDING FORD & WROTEN'S MATCHING TECHNIQUE WITH TRAINING  EFFECTIVENESS AND TRANSFER
                    DATA
                    Mark S. TEACHOUT & J. DOUGLAS (USA) & J. SEGO (Hong Kong) & Kevin FORD & Miguel A.
                    QUIÑONES; U.S. Air Force Amstrong Laboratory, USA

PO ORG 106          MEASURING LEADER-MEMBER INTERACTIONS: DISCRIMINANT VALIDITY OF TWO SCALES
                    Inés TOMAS-MARCO ; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN

PO ORG 107          PROJECT CONCERNING HOSPITAL HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
                    Antonia TOUS & M. Clar COLL; HOSPITAL SON DURETA, SPAIN

JULY 20 - WEDNESDAY

11:30
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SY ORG 30           Room: S5

COGNITIVE THEORIES AND ANALYSIS IN ORGANISATIONAL STUDIES

Convener and Chairperson: Roy L. PAYNE; Sheffield University, UK

SY ORG (30)1        COGNITIVE MAPS AND SOCIAL NETWORKS IN ORGANIZATIONS
                             M. KILDUFF & PAYNE, Roy; Pennsylvania State University, USA

SY ORG (30)2        COGNITIVE MAPS: CHARACTERISTICS, FUNCTIONS AND RESEARCH IDEAS
                             Pierre COSSETTE Université de Québec á Montréal, Canada

SY ORG (30)3        COGNITIVE MAPPING IN THE ANALYSIS OF PERSONAL CHANGE THROUGH WORK-ROLE TRANSTITION: A
                    CASE STUDY
                             Valerie FOURNIER University of St. Andrews, Scotland

SY ORG (30)4        THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL NATURE OF TRUST BETWEEN MINERS & MANAGERS
                             M. CLARKE & PAYNE, R.L.; Sheffield University Management School, UK

SY ORG (30)5        INTER-ORGANISATIONAL TRUST: EVIDENCE FROM THE CAR INDUSTRY
                             M. SAKO London School of Economics



SY ORG 34           Room: S6 

WORK SOCIALIZATION OF YOUTH: PROCESSES AND OUTCOMES

Conveners and Chairpersons: Guido SARCHIELLI; & Marco DEPOLO; Università degli Studi di Roma, Italy

SY ORG (34) 1       THE IMPACT OF EARLY CAREER EXPERIENCES ON YOUTHS PROACTIVE WORK SOCIALIZATION BEHAVIOUR
                             Rita CLAES , Universiteit Gent Belgium & S.A. Ruíz Quintanilla, Cornell
                             University U.S.A.

SY ORG (34) 2       SHIFTS IN PERCEIVED JOB CONTENT DURING EARLY EMPLOYMENT
                             Pol COESTIER Universiteit of Gent, Belgium & William Whitely, Univ. of Oklahoma,
                             U.S.A.

SY ORG (34) 3       PERCEIVED ORGANIZATIONAL MISFITS AS PREDICTORS OF ADJUSTMENT STRATEGIES IN EARLY WORK
                    SOCILIZATION
                             Marco DEPOLO & Guido Sarchielli, Univ. of Bologna, Italia

SY ORG (34) 4       LE SYSTEME DES ACTIVITES CHEZ DES JEUNES EN TRANSITION PSYCHOSOCIALE. APPLICATION DE
                    LINVENTAIRE DU SYSTEME DES ACTIVITES (I.S.A.) EN VERSION ITALIENNE
                             Marco DEPOLO & Brigitte Almudever & Franco Fraccaroli & Violette Hajjar, Univ.
                             of Bologna, Italia

SY ORG (34) 5       MISTMACHES AND JOB TURNOVER AS PREDICTORS OF CAREER ENHANCING STRATEGIES AND CONTENT
                    INNOVATION
                             William WHITELY , Univ. of Oklahoma, USA & Jan Feij, Free Univ. Amsterdam,
                             Nederlands & José María Peiró, Univ. of Valencia, Spain

SY ORG (34) 6       MEANING OF WORK VARIABLES AFFECTING WORK CENTRALITY IN THE SOCIALIZATION PROCESS OF
                    CAREER STARTERS
                             Harpaz ITZHAK Univ. of Haifa, USA & Pol Coetsier, Univ. of Gent, Belgium

SY ORG (34) 7       INFLUENCE OF POSITIVE ILLUSIONS ON JOB SEARCH PRACTICES
                             Jorge CORREIA JESUINO ISCTE, Portugal

SY ORG (34) 8       EFFECTS OF AGE AND JOB CHANGE ON SATISFACTION OF YOUNG WORKERS
                             Hubert TOUZARD , Univ. of Paris V-F, France & Anne Lancry-Hoestlandt, Univ. of
                             Paris X-F, France

SY ORG 38           Room: S6B

ARE THERE UNIVERSALS IN COMPENSATION THEORY AND PRACTICE?

Convener and Chairperson: Henk THIERRY; University of Tilburg, The Netherlands

SY ORG (38) 1       MEANINGS OF COMPENSATION: ESSENTIAL FOR EXPLAINIG BEHAVIORAL DYNAMICS?
                             Henk THIERRY UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS 

SY ORG (38) 2       ARE THERE REWARDS THAT UNIVERSALLY MOTIVATE BEHAVIOR? THE ROLE OF PERFOMANCE DEFINITION,
                    FACILITATION, AND ENCOURAGEMENT
                             Wayne F. CASCIO UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, USA

SY ORG (38) 3       THE EFFECTIVE USE OF PAY TO INFLUENCE PERFOMANCE AND SATISFACTION
                             Hebert G. HENEMAN  UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, USA

SY ORG (38) 4       DO CERTAIN MAQUILADORA COMPENSATION PRACTICES REDUCE TURNOVER AMONG PRODUCTION WORKERS?
                             Luis R. GOMEZ-MEJIA ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY, USA

SY ORG (38) 5       CULTURAL SPECIFICS AND UNIVERSALS OF REMUNERATION IN A POST-TOTALITARIAN ECONOMY
                             Marin IGNATOV UNIVERSITY OF SOFIA, BULGARIA


SY ORG 42           Room: CIII

UNDERSTANDING SAFETY: INDIVIDUAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PERSPECTIVES

Conveners and Chairpersons: Ian DONALD; University of Surrey, UK & Jonathan SIME, JSA Research Consultants,
UK

SY ORG (42) 1       PROFILING SAFETY CLIMATES
                             Ian DONALD University of Surrey, UK

SY ORG (42) 2       INFLUENCING PERCEPTIONS OF ACCIDENT CAUSATION
                             Andrew HALE et al.; Technical University of Delft, The Netherlands

SY ORG (42) 3       AN ACCIDENT FRAMEWORK FOR BUILDING SAFETY
                             Sue COX Loughborough University of Technology, UK

SY ORG (42) 4       ASSESSING CROWD SAFETY IN PUBLIC BUILDINGS
                             Jonathan SIME JSA Research Consultants, UK

SY ORG (42) 5       LOOKING AT CONCEPTS THAT CAN EXPLAIN HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN FIRES
                             Guylene PROULX National Research Council, Canada

SY ORG (42) 6       MANAGING SAFETY IN ROCK CAVERN STADIUM
                             Truls PAULSEN SINTEF Safety and Reliability, Norway

TS ORG (16)         Room: CV

TRAINING (II) (Language: Spanish)

TS ORG (16) 1       NEURO-LINGUISTICS PROGRAMMING (NPL) APPLIED TO NEGOCIATION TRAINING
                             Carmen SEBASTIAN ; TEA CEGOS, SPAIN

TS ORG (16) 2       PERSONAL VARIABLES OF SALES PEOPLE AND NEGOTIATING EFFICIENCY
                             Rosa CARAMES ; UNIVERSIDAD DE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN

TS ORG (16) 3       PERFORMANCE PREDICTION ON PRE-EMPLOYMENT COURSE FOR CHEMICAL-PLANT OPERATORS
                             Jose M. DE HARO SPAIN

TS ORG (16) 4       ATTITUDES IN VIEW OF COMPANY TRAINING ACTIVITIES
                             Helena THOMAS CURRAS ; NIPPER, SPAIN


TS ORG (24)                  Room: S-0

SELF INTERESTS AND VOCATIONAL CHOICES

TS ORG (24) 1       THE ROLE OF SELF-INTEREST IN THE PERCEPTION OF ORGANIZATIONAL EVENTS: THREE STUDIES
                             Herman STEENSMA ; LEIDEN UNIVERSITY, THE NETHERLANDS

TS ORG (24) 2       WHAT EXPERT SYSTEM FOR CAREER ORIENTATION?
                             Lucia GIOSSI & Barbara BERTANI & Emanuela SAITA; UNIVERSITA CATTOLICA DEL SACRO
                             CUORE, ITALY

TS ORG (24) 3       FROM MODELS TO METHODS: TOWARDS INTEGRATING THEORY AND PRACTICE IN TRAINING FOR CAREER
                    COUNSELLING
                             Jennifer M. KIDD ; UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, U.K.

TS ORG (24) 4       JOB CHOICE AND FIRST VOCATIONAL EXPERIENCES OF GERMAN UNIVERSITY GRADUATES. RESULTS OF
                    A PANEL STUDY
                             Thomas LANG & Jürgen KASCHUBE & Angela WITTMANN; UNIVERSITÄT MÜCHEN, GERMANY

TS ORG (24) 5       POUR UNE PSYCOLOGIE DES PROFESSIONS CONTRIBUTION DE RECHERCHE SUR UN GROUPE D'ENSEIGRANTS
                    DE DIFFERENTS NIVEAUX 
                             Anna María NENCI & Carla M. del MIGLIO & Gaita REALI & Antonella GOGLIELMO;
                             UNIVERSIT´ DEGLI STUDI DI ROMA "LA SAPIENZA", ITALY

TS ORG (24) 6       PATTERNS OF INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP PERFORMANCE
                             Stephen WORCHEL & Dawna COUTANT & Michelle GROSSMAN; TEXAS A & M UNIVERSITY, USA

JULY 20 - WEDNESDAY

14:30
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KA ORG 7            Room: S7

LONG-TERM IMPACTS OF DOWNSIZING ORGANIZATIONS ON PEOPLE AND MARKETS
Wayne CASCIO; UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO AT DENVER, USA

SY ORG 31           Room: S5

ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: RESEARCH FROM THE FORMERLY COMMUNIST COUNTRIES

Convener and Chairperson: Jone L. PEARCE; University of California at Irvine, USA

SY ORG (31)1        THE ROLE OF TRUST AND SUPPORT IN ORGANIZATIONAL TRASITION: HUNGARIAN EXAMPLES 
                             Irme BRANYICZKI University of Economic Sciences, Budapest, Hungary

SY ORG (31)2        MOLDING THE NEW BREED OF MANAGERS: THE FIRT FIVE YEARS
                             Michal CAKRT Czech. Management Center; Czech Republic

SY ORG (31)3        INERTIA IN THE MIDST OF CHANGE: ON THE PROBLEM OF HUMANS DEALING WITH REVOLUTIONARY
                    SOCIETAL CHANGE
                             Michael FRESE University of Giessen, Germany

SY ORG (31)4        THE ROLE OF TRUST IN THE TRANSFORMATION OF STATE-SOCIALIST ENTERPRISES TO SUCCESSFUL
                    MARKET COMPETITORS
                             Jone PEARCE University of California, Graduate School of Management, Irvine, USA

SY ORG (31)5        QUALITY OF WORK AMONG BULGARIAN WORKERS AND MANAGERS
                             Robert A. ROE & ZINOVIEVA, Irina L. & TEN HORN, Laurens A.; Work & Organization
                             Research Centre at Tilburg University, The Netherlands


SY ORG 35           Room: S6

INNOVATIVE RESEARCH APPROACHES EXAMINING THE MEANING AND EXPERIENCE OF WORK IN WOMEN'S LIVES: INTERNATIONAL
PERSPECTIVES

Convener and Chairperson: Virginia E. SCHEIN; Gettysburg College, USA

SY ORG (35) 1       GIVING VOICE TO A DILEMMA OF COMPETING NEEDS: AUSTRALIAN WOMEN WITH INFANT CHILDREN
                    DESCRIBE THEIR EXPERIENCES OF RETURN TO PAID WORK
                             Sharne A. ROLFE The University of Melbourne, Australia

SY ORG (35) 2       WORKING IN THE MARGINS: VOICES OF MOTHERS IN POVERTY
                             VIRGINIA SCHEIN Gettysburg College, USA

SY ORG (35) 3       USING THE REPERTORY GRID TO INVESTIGATE FEMALE AND MALE CONSTRUCTS OF LEADERSHIP
                             Beverly ALIMO-METCALFE Un. of Leeds, United Kingdom

SY ORG (35) 4       SUCCESS EVALUATION FROM A GENDER PERSPECTIVE: A METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
                             Ester BARBERA Universidad de Valencia, Spain

SY ORG (35) 5       RESEARCHING THE CAREERS OF WOMEN MANAGERS IN A CROSS-CULTURAL CONTEXT: AN ARGUMENT FOR
                    COLLABORATION
                             Sara JACOBSON & Iris Aaltio-Marjosola, North Dakota State Un., USA and Helsinki
                             School of Economics, Finland

Discussant: Ariane BERTHOIN ANTAL, International Institute for Organizational Change, France


SY ORG 39           Room: S6B

ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY IN THE CROSS-CULTURAL, GLOBAL MARKET ENVIRONMENT

Convener and Chairperson: John H. THOMPSON; RHR International, USA

SY ORG (39)1        SERVING GLOBAL CLIENTS FOSTERS INNOVATIVE MANAGEMENT CONSULTING PROCESS
                             Gerard BEZIAT RHR EUROPE COMPANY, BELGIUM

SY ORG (39)2        MEETING ORGANIZATION NEEDS AS A MATTER OF CULTURE
                             Wolfgang OTTMANN RHR INTERNATIONAL GMBH, GERMANY

SY ORG (39)3        INSIDE- AND CROSS-CULTURAL INTERPRETATION OF BUSSINES BEHAVIOR
                             Vladimir V. STOLIN RHR INTERNATIONAL/ECOPSY RUSSIA

SY ORG (39)4        THE 3S ANALYSIS OF GLOBAL SUCCESS- STRATEGIES,SYSTEMS AND SENIOR EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT
                             Neil C. WINTER RHR INTERNATIONAL COMPANY, ENGLAND

SY ORG 43           Room: CIII

DEALING WITH CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATIONS: RESEARCH AND IMPLICATIONS

Convener and Chairperson: Sharon GOTO; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

SY ORG (43) 1       PRFESSIONAL BEHAVIOR AND PATTERNS APPPREHENDING THE OTHERNESS
                             Patrick DENOUX UFR de Psycholie, Universaire de Tolouse-Le Mirail, France

SY ORG (43) 2       A CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR UNDERSTANDING THE EFFECTS OF VALUE CONGRUITY IN ORGANIZATIONS
                             Michele J. GELFAND & Panikiran K. RADHAKRISHNAN & Kristine KUHN & Harry C.
                             TRIANDIS; University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA

SY ORG (43) 3       A CONCEPTUAL MODEL OF CROSS-RACIAL INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS
                             Sharon GOTO University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

Discussant: Charles HULIN, University of Illinois, USA


TS ORG (17)         Room: CV

NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND MAN MACHINE-INTERACTION

TS ORG (17) 1       COGNITIVE ASPECTS OF HUMAN ERROR AND HUMAN RELIABILITY
                             Anne SEPPALA ; Institute of Occupatinal Health, FINLAND

TS ORG (17) 2       THE ALLOCATION OF FUNCTIONS BETWEEN MAN AND MACHINE FOR HIGH RISK SOCIO-TECHNICAL SYSTEMS
                             Anatoly N. KOSTIN & Yury Ya GOLIKOV; RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, RUSSIA

TS ORG (17) 3       MODERN MANUFACTURING AND SHOPFLOOR JOBS: A FRAMEWORK FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH
                             Sharon K. PARKER ; MRC/ESRC SOCIAL AND APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY UNIT, U.K.

TS ORG (17) 4       EQUIVALENT APPROACH TO MAN AND MACHINE FOR HIGH RISK SOCIO-TECHNICAL SYSTEMS
                             Yuri Ya GOLIKOV & A.N. KOSTIN; RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, RUSSIA

TS ORG (17) 5       EXPERTISE, EXPERIENCE AND SELF EFFICACY IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
                             Sabine SONNENTAG ; UNIVERSITY OF GIESSEN, GERMANY

TS ORG (17) 6       THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TYPE-A BEHAVIOR AND MENTAL HEALTH IN INFORMATION WORK
                             P.T. VAN DEN BERG & Ren J.D. SCHALK; TILBURG UNIVERSITY, THE NETHERLANDS

PO ORG - SESSION 6  Exhibition Area
+----------------------------------+

PO ORG 25  A RELIABLE CRITERION OF EVALUATION IN ENTREPRENEURIAL TRAINING: THE SEARCH FOR THE BEST
           ENTREPRENEURIAL ATTITUDE RATHER THAN FOR THE BEST ENTREPRENEUR
                    Stefano BAIA CURIONI & Cristina TOFFOLON; FORMAPER, ITALY

PO ORG 26  EXIT, VOICE AND LOYALTY....AND WHAT ELSE CAN BE DONE IN THE FACE OF DISCONTENT?
                    Avaid BAR-HAYIM  ; THE OPEN UNIVERSITY OF ISRAEL,
ISRAEL

PO ORG 42  ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IN AN R.C.M.P. DETACHMENT INVOLVED IN MUNICIPAL POLICING
                    Bill JONES Deborah FLYNN & Eric ROSS; CARLETON UNIVERSITY, CANADA  

PO ORG 54  ITALIAN STATE RAILWAYS BECOME A PRIVATE ORGANIZATION: WORKERS' REACTIONS AS A FUNCTION OF
           ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT, WORK LOCUS OF CONTROL, AND ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE
                    Lucia MANNETTI & Antonio PIERRO; UNIVERSITY OF ROME "LA SAPIENZA", ITALY

PO ORG 108          A TEST OF BASS's MODEL OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
                    Nancy E. URBAEZ & Donald D. DAVIS; UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE SANTO DOMINGO, REPUBLICA
                    DOMINICANA

PO ORG 108          LE CHAGEMENT CULTUREL AUX ORGANISATIONS HORIZONTENS. ANALYSE DU PROCEDE
                    Javier URIZ URZAINQUI SPAIN

PO ORG 110          A CROSS-NATIONAL COMPARISON OF THE INFLUENCE OF SPAN OF CONTROL
                    Robert P. VECCHIO ; UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, USA

PO ORG 111          THE INFLUENCE OF THE FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY OF ORGANIZATIONS UPON THE TRAITS OF WORK AND
                    WELL-BEING OF EMPLOYEES
                    Kyösti WARIS FINLAND

PO ORG 112          INNOVATION IN ADVERTISING TEAMS: ON PROBLEM SOLVING, LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATIVE ADS
                    Markus WERTHEBVACH ; RWTH AACHEN, FRG, GERMANY


PO ORG 113          DRUGS AT WORK : THE EFFECTS OF BETEL NUT CHEWING ON SELECTED PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL
                    VARIABLES
                    Thomas WYATT ; CITY POLYTECHNIC OF HONG KONG, HONG KONG

PO ORG 115          COMPUTER-BASED FLUENCY TRAINING WITH THE TERMINOLOGY OF BEHAVIOUR ANALYSIS
                    Guillermo YABER-OLTRA ; UNIVERSIDAD SIMON BOLIVAR, VENEZUELA

PO ORG 116          GENDER IDENTITY AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE CONCEPT OF SELF-IDEAL EMPLOYEE
                    Izumi YOSHIOKA ; DOSHISHA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN

PO ORG 118          SELF AND WORK: A PSYCHOLOGICAL CRITIQUE TO HEGEL
                    Hyun Sub YUN ; KANGWEON NATIONAL UNIVERSITY, KOREA

PO ORG 119          A SURVEY STUDY INTO CULTURAL INSENSIVITY OF IMPORTED HUMAN RESOURCE PROGRAMMES WITHIN
                    INDONESIA
                    Stephen BENTON & Anugerah PEKERTI; UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER, INDONESIA


PO ORG 121          LESSONS LEARNED FROM INTERNATIONAL AND CROSS-CULTURAL LEADERSHIP RESEARCH
                    Peter W.  DORFMAN ; NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY, USA


PO ORG 122          THE MODERATING EFFECT OF SENSE OF COMPETENCE AND                 ORGANIZATIONAL STRESS
                    Irene K.H. CHEW & Chay YUE WAH; Nanyang Technological University, Singapore


JULY 20 - WEDNESDAY

17:30
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SY ORG 32           Room: S5

PRIVATIZATION FROM PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

Conveners: Zofia RATAJCZAK; University of Silesia, Poland & Frank HELLER; Tavistock Institute, UK
Chairperson: Frank HELLER; Tavistock Institute, UK

SY ORG (32)         Introductory remarks
                             Zofia RATAJCZAK 

SY ORG (32)1        THE ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE IN RESPONCE TO PRIVATIZATION SOCIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
                             Frank HELLER Tavistock Institute, UK

SY ORG (32)2        CHANGES OF SOCIOECONOMIC PREFERENCES DURING SYSTEM TRANSFORMATION IN POLAND
                             Tadeusz TYSZKA & SOKOLOWSKA, Joanna, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

SY ORG (32)3        HARD WAY TO MARKET ECONOMY: PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF PRIVATIZATION IN POLAND
                             Maryla GOSZCZYNSKA University of Warsaw, Poland

SY ORG (32)4        THE STRUCTURE AND SYNAMICS OF PARTICIPATION IN PRIVATIZATION PROCESS IN POLAND
                             Krystyna BALAWAJDER & POPIOLEK, K.A.; Silesian University, Poland

SY ORG (32)5        THE SYSTEM OF VALUES AND THE STRUCTURE OS STUDENT'S SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE PERIOD OF
                    SOCIAL CHANGES
                             Valentina KUNITSYNA & VASINA, E.A.; University of Sanct-Petersbourg, Russia


SY ORG 36           Room: S6

UNORTHODOX EMPLOYMENT ARRANGEMENTS: CONCEPTUAL APPROACHES AND EMPIRICAL FINDINGS

Convener and Chairperson: Moshe KRAUSZ; University of California at Berkeley, USA

SY ORG (36) 1       THE PROTEAN WORKER: IMPLICATIONS FOR ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY AND PRACTICE
                             Seymour ALDER Stevens Institute of TEchnology, USA

SY ORG (36) 2       ON THE SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF BEING A CONTINGENT WORKER
                             Katheleen BARKER Bard College, USA

SY ORG (36) 3       CONTRACT WORK AND THE INSTITUTION OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
                             Ran CHERMESH Ben-Gurion University, Israel

SY ORG (36) 4       ON BEING VOLUNTARY COMPRED TO INVOLUNTARY CONTINGENT EMPLOYEE: STUDIES ON TEMPORARY-HELP
                    AND PART-TIME EMPLOYEES
                             Moshe KRAUSZ Bar-Ilan University, Israel

SY ORG (36) 5       NEW FORMS OF EMPLOYMENT IN SPAIN
                             Francisca MARTINEZ Women's Institute, Spain


SY ORG 40           Room: S6B

HOW DO MANAGERS ACQUIRE THEIR TRAINING AND EMERGE IN ORGANIZATIONS?

Convener and Chairperson: Giancarlo TRENTINI; Università degli Studi di Venezia, Italy

SY ORG (40) 1       HOW DO MANAGERS ACQUIRE THEIR TRAINIG AND EMERGE IN ORGANIZATIONS?
                             Giancarlo TRENTINI UNIVERSITY OF VENICE, ITALY

SY ORG (40) 2       The preoccupation with the emergence of leaders: A historical perspective
                             Yves COHEN CSI (LA VILLETTE)- CNRS, FRANCE

SY ORG (40) 3       MANAGEMENT TRAINIG FOR ECONOMY IN TRANSITION
                             Mariam DOBRZYNSKI KASPERSON, FRANKLIN & MARSHALL COLL.,USA. DOBRZYNSKI, WARSAW
                             UNIVERSITY, POLAND

SY ORG (40) 4       EARLY WORK EXPERIENCES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS AS PREDICTORS OF CAREER: A THIRTEEN
                    YEAR FOLLOW UP OF BRITISH PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS
                             Tony KEENAN TINKKLIN & MCKAY, HERIOT-WATT UNIVERSITY SCOTLAND

TS ORG (6)                   Room: C-III

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

TS ORG (6) 1        QUALITIES OF THE EFFICIENT MIDDLE COMMANDS, FROM THR DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE OF BOSSES AND
                    SUBORDINATES
                             Alfredo MUÑOZ ADANEZ & Mª José SANCHEZ SANCHEZ; UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE
                             MADRID, SPAIN

TS ORG (6) 2        USING SUBORDINATE APPRAISAL AS FEEDBACK - A CASE STUDY
                             Peter BRAMLEY UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

TS ORG (6) 3        LEADER-MEMBER EXCHANGES: RELATIONSHIPS WITH HEALTH AND ABSENTEEISM
                             Pascale LE BLANC & Jan GEERSING & Jur FURDA & Rendel D. DE JONG; UTRECHT
                             UNIVERSITY, THE NETHERLANDS

TS ORG (6) 4        EUROPEAN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION
                             Sally L. MAITLIS & C.BREWSTER; SHEFFIELD UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT SCHOOL, U.K.

TS ORG (6) 5        HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT-PRACTICES IN CHINA
                             Zhong-Ming WANG & P.J.D. DRENTH & P.L. KOOPMAN; HANGZHOU UNIVERSITY, PR CHINA

TS ORG (18)                  Room: CV

PSYCHOLOGY OF MANAGEMENT AND MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT

TS ORG (18) 1       THE INTERNATIONAL COMPANY MANAGEMENT CONGRESS. NEW TOOLS IN MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT
                             Juergen DELLER ; DAIMLER-BENZ AG., GERMANY

TS ORG (18) 2       MANAGERIAL PSYCHOLOGY AND RELIGIOUS LEADERSHIP
                             Alfred C. DARMANIN ; UNIVERSITY OF MALTA, MALTA 

TS ORG (18) 3       THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERCEIVED PROBLEM SOLVING ABILITY AND THE MENTAL HEALTH OF
                    MANAGERS
                             Paula HIXENBAUGH & Stephen BENTON; UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER, UK

TS ORG (18) 4       DYNAMIC FACTORS IN MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT
                             Robert HOLMBERG & M. LARSSON; LUND UNIVERSITY, SWEDEN

TS ORG (18) 5       MANAGERIAL BASIC ASSUMPTIONS IN BULGARIAN INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATIONS
                             Daniela KOLAROVA ; SOFIA UNIVERSITY "St. Kl. Ohridski", BULGARIA

TS ORG (18) 6       MANAGERIAL PSYCHOLOGY IN CHINA: A FUTURE PERSPECTIVE
                             Qin ZAIDONG ; Center for the Enterprise Culture; P.R. China

TS ORG (18) 7       CROSS-CULTURAL STUDY OF INDIAN AND NEPALESE MANAGERS
                             Meena SEHGAL & Arzu RANA; PANJAB UNIVERSITY, India


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