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Amber Hardesty
Premier, Inc.
Organizational citizenship behaviorPsychologyConscientiousnessBelief in GodSocial psychology
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#1James W. Westerman (ASU: Appalachian State University)H-Index: 14
#2Brian G. Whitaker (ASU: Appalachian State University)H-Index: 8
Last. Amber Hardesty (Premier, Inc.)H-Index: 2
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We investigate the influence of three individual differences in the prediction of one’s workplace values: belief in God, conscientiousness, and Machiavellianism. Data were collected from students (n = 247) at a comprehensive university in the southeastern USA. The results supported the hypotheses, as belief in God, conscientiousness, and Machiavellianism were each predictive of different sets of personal values of importance to the workplace. The most intriguing result was the strength of one’s ...
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#1James W. WestermanH-Index: 14
#2Brian G. WhitakerH-Index: 8
Last. Amber Hardesty (Premier, Inc.)H-Index: 2
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This research investigated the influence of three individual differences in the prediction of one’s workplace values: religious belief, conscientiousness, and Machiavellianism. Data were collected from students (n = 247) at a comprehensive university in the southeastern United States. The results supported the hypotheses, as religious belief, conscientiousness, and Machiavellianism were each predictive of different sets of personal values of importance to the workplace. Specifically, individuals...
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#1Amber Hardesty (Premier, Inc.)H-Index: 2
#2James W. Westerman (ASU: Appalachian State University)H-Index: 14
Last. Jennifer Westerman (ASU: Appalachian State University)H-Index: 4
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This study investigated the relationship between an individual’s religious beliefs, conscientiousness, and ethical development. A survey was given to 250 business and psychology students at a mid‐sized university in the southeastern United States that included questions pertaining to ethics, conscientiousness, and the students’ beliefs about God based on the Baylor Institute Typology. Our findings indicate that God Image had significant but differential effects on conscientiousness and ethical d...
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#1Amber HardestyH-Index: 2
#2James W. WestermanH-Index: 14
This study builds on previous research to investigate the relationship between religion and workplace attitudes. A survey was given to 250 business and psychology students at a midsized university in the southeast that included questions pertaining to ethics, locus of control, conscientiousness, and the students' beliefs about God. Our findings indicate: 1) individuals who believed in a Distant God had higher ethical development than those who believed in an Authoritarian God; 2) belief in God's...
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