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Miller’s Study Training the Unemployed for Job Interviews
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Purpose in Presenting Miller’s study is simple It’s concrete It introduces some aspects of the validity of inference Shows example of study presentation
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Introduction Can we improve employment rate? 1. Poor urban neighborhood, high unemployment, most residents are ethnic minorities. Community center offers assistance in employment process. Goal is to increase employment (jobs offered and taken). 2. Literature on interviewing and interview skills. Behavioral modeling & videotape. 3. Literature on self-monitoring.
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Hypotheses H1: Interview training will result in a higher percentage of participants being offered jobs. H2: High self-monitors will achieve a higher rate of employment than low self monitors. H3: There will be an interaction between self-monitoring and training such that the high self-monitors will receive more benefit from interview training than will low self- monitors.
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Hypotheses (2)
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