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Análise Psicológica

versão impressa ISSN 0870-8231

Aná. Psicológica v.19 n.3 Lisboa jul. 2001

 

Um compêndio de medidas (frequentes e recentes) usadas em comportamento organizacional

 

MIGUEL PINA E CUNHA (*)

ANA REGINA MARCELINO (**)

 

RESUMO

Um dos obstáculos frequentes à actividade de investigação decorre da dificuldade de identificar medidas estáveis e testadas para operacionalizar as variáveis em estudo. Este artigo identifica um conjunto de instrumentos de medida, usados recente e/ou frequentemente pelos investigadores do comportamento organizacional. Não sendo um guia exaustivo, este compêndio pretende facultar um acesso mais rápido e direccionado àqueles que produzem investigação neste domínio científico.

Palavras-chave: Instrumentos de medida, comportamento organizacional.

 

ABSTRACT

A frequent obstacle to research making is related with the difficulty to identify stable and tested measurement instruments. This article offers a compendium of measures, used frequently and/or recently by organizational behavior researchers. Although nor being exhaustive, this compendium aims to help researchers in their efforts to find possible measures for conducting their studies.

Key words: Measurement instruments, organizational behavior.

 

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