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AN INVESTIGATION OF INDIVIDUAL AND CONTEXTUAL FACTORS INFLUENCING TRAINING VARIABLES

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This study represents an investigation of modeling training motivation and learning from both individual and contextual perspectives. Participants were 250 undergraduate business students who entered a remedial training class as a result of their failure to pass the previous course. The individual factor, self-efficacy, was found to correlate with learning partly through the mediation of training motivation. The contextual factor, interactional justice experienced in the class they previously failed, moderated the effect of self-efficacy on training motivation. Implications for future research and organizations are discussed.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2005-01-01

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