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Development of Female Faces Scale for Measuring Job Satisfaction, Journal of Applied Psychology

Abstract

Describes the development of a female version of T. Kunin's male Faces Scale, a measure of job satisfaction. Developmental and validation data from 118 undergraduates and 103 employees of a pharmaceutical firm show that male and female versions of the Faces Scale can be used with male or female Ss without biasing the data.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Jeanne Brett

Date Published

1975

Citations

Brett, Jeanne. 1975. Development of Female Faces Scale for Measuring Job Satisfaction. Journal of Applied Psychology. 60(5): 629-631.

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