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<ul><li><p>VOLUME 5, NUMBER 4/1992 79</p><p>Performance Improvement Quarterly, 5(4) pp. 79-88</p><p>Across the Tables(Tables of Contents from Selected Journals)</p><p>Marilyn TaillonArthur Andersen &amp; Co.</p><p>Editors Note: This department includes selected articles listed in tables ofcontents from journals of interest to our readers.</p><p>Academy of Management Review, 17(2), April, 1992</p><p>Self-Efficacy: A Theoretical Analysis ofIts Determinants and Malleability ......................... Marilyn E. Gist</p><p> Terence R. Mitchell</p><p>A Cybernetic Theory of Stress, Copingand Well-Being in Organizations ........................... Jeffrey R. Edwards</p><p>Genres of Organizational Communication:An Approach to StudyingCommunication and Media ..................................... JoAnne Yates</p><p>Wanda J. Orlikowski</p><p>An Integrative Framework forStrategy-Making Processes ..................................... Stuart L. Hart</p><p>Adult Education Quarterly, 43(3), Spring, 1992</p><p>Adult Education as Self Education ......................... Willard D. Callender, Jr.</p><p>Critical Thinking and Self-Directed Learningin Adult Education: An Analysis ofResponsibility and Control Issues .......................... D. R. Garrison</p><p>The Staged Self-Directed Learning Model ............. Mark Tennant</p><p>Distance Education: On Focus and Future ............ Chere Campbell Gibson</p><p>American Psychologist, 47(5), May, 1992</p><p>Data Management and Accountability inBehavioral and Biomedical Research ..................... Kenneth E. Freedland</p><p>Robert M. Carney</p></li><li><p>80 PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT QUARTERLY</p><p>Data Training, 11(4), May/June, 1992</p><p>Getting a Perspective on Distance Learning ......... Larry Stevens</p><p>Teaching with Analogies ......................................... Susan Boyd</p><p>Training at the Crossroads: SYNERGY 92 ........... John Paul Kowal</p><p>Training and CICS Version 3.................................. Floyd Kemske</p><p>Educational Researcher, 21(4), May, 1992</p><p>Can Tracking Research Inform Practice?Technical, Normative, andPolitical Considerations .......................................... Jeannie Oakes</p><p>Performance Assessments: Political Rhetoricand Measurement Reality ....................................... Richard J. Shavelson</p><p>Gail P. BaxterJerry Pine</p><p>Educational Technology, 32(3), March, 1992</p><p>Computer Managed Instruction atArthur Andersen &amp; Company:A Status Report ....................................................... Verl E. Dennis</p><p>Dennis Gruner</p><p>A Checklist for Evaluating Content-BasedHypertext Computer Software ................................ Denise Tolhurst</p><p>Electronic Mail in Academic Settings:A Multipurpose Communications Tool ................... Patricia Veasey DSouza</p><p>Technological Literacy: Defining a NewConcept for General Education ............................... John O. Hunter</p><p>A New Model for EvaluatingInstructional Software ............................................ Barbara J. Gill</p><p>Walter DickRobert A. ReiserJane E. Zahner</p><p>Training Students to UtilizeSelf-Motivational Strategies ................................... James D. Klein</p><p>Eric T. Freitag</p></li><li><p>VOLUME 5, NUMBER 4/1992 81</p><p>Educational Technology, 32(4), April, 1992</p><p>User-Developed Computer-AssistedInstruction: Alternatives inAuthoring Software ................................................. Cleborne D. Maddux</p><p>Homework as an Instructional Event .................... Rodney S. Earle</p><p>Educational Technology, 32(5), May, 1992</p><p>Making Sense of Multimedia:Introduction to Special Issue .................................. Diane M. Gayeski</p><p>Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker:Skills Required for EffectiveMultimedia Development ........................................ David Hon</p><p>The Hurdles of Technology Transfer ...................... William B. Whitten II</p><p>Factors to Consider in EvaluatingMultimedia Platforms for WidespreadCurricular Adoption ................................................ Pam Knight</p><p>HyperCard and CD-I: The Mutt and Jeffof Multimedia Platforms ......................................... Jim Hoekema</p><p>DVI in Organizational InformationRetrieval and Training ............................................ Leon A. Murphy</p><p>A Comprehensive Approach toPreparing Multimedia Designers:A Faculty Perspective .............................................. William D. Milheim</p><p>Evaluating Interactive Multimedia ........................ Thomas C. Reeves</p><p>Evaluation Practice, 13(1), February, 1992</p><p>The Role of Evaluation in Increasingthe Usefulness of EmployeeInvolvement Programs ............................................ Edwin C. Leonard, Jr.</p><p>Michael J. Miller</p><p>Checking Halfway: The Value ofMidterm Course Evaluation ................................... Margaret E. Holt</p><p>A. B. Moore</p></li><li><p>82 PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT QUARTERLY</p><p>Improving Cost-BenefitAnalysis of Training ................................................ Richard P. Niemiec</p><p>Rob HartzHerbert J. Walberg</p><p>Evaluation Review, 16(2), April, 1992</p><p>Establishing Benchmarks for OutcomeIndicators: A Statistical Approach toDeveloping Performance Standards ....................... Gary T. Henry</p><p>Matthew J. McTaggartJames H. McMillan</p><p>Modified Scree Test: Further Considerationson Its Application to Delphi Study Data ................ Kathryn E. H. Race</p><p>Thomas W. Planek</p><p>Collaborative Relationships in DentalMaterials Research: Measuring theVolume and Outcomes ............................................. Howard H. Garrison</p><p>Samuel S. HermanJames A. Lipton</p><p>Techniques for Analyzing Focus Group Data ........ Janet T. BertrandJudith BrownVictoria M. Ward</p><p>The Futurist, 26(3), May/June, 1992</p><p>Adding Vision to Telecommuting ............................ Julian M. Weiss</p><p>Business and the Future:A Round-Table Discussion ...................................... Daniel Yankelovich</p><p>Faith PopcornTheodore J. Gordon</p><p>Visions: Enabling the Disabled:Technologies for People with Handicaps ................ Cynthia G. Wagner</p><p>Future View: Lessons fromTraditional Cultures ................................................ Helena Norberg-Hodge</p><p>Interactive Learning International, 8(2), April/June, 1992</p><p>Virtual Reality: Directions inResearch and Development ..................................... R. Stuart</p></li><li><p>VOLUME 5, NUMBER 4/1992 83</p><p>Networked Interactive Video forGroup Training ........................................................ J. Eary</p><p>CACTUS: Command and ControlTraining Using Knowledge-based Simulations ..... J. R. Hartley</p><p>A. RavenscroftR. J. Williams</p><p>Is There Real Virtue in Virtual Reality? ................ W. Beckett</p><p>Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 20(3), 1991-92</p><p>A Comparison of Using a Microcomputer,Precision Teaching, and Worksheets toMaster Basic Multiplication Facts ......................... Nancy Nesbitt Vacc</p><p>Effects of Individual Versus Paired/CooperativeComputer-Assisted Instruction on theEffectiveness and Efficiency of anIn-Service Training Lesson ..................................... Joseph R. Makuch</p><p>Paul D. RobillardEdgar P.Yoder</p><p>Computer Simulation in Eye-Hand-CoordinationTraining: A Welding Lab on Disk ........................... Xueshu Song</p><p>The Experience Factor inComputer Anxiety and Interest .............................. Peter Akinsola</p><p>OkebukolaWillem SumampouwOlugbemiro J. Jegede</p><p>Management Communication Quarterly, 5(4), May, 1992</p><p>Organizational Climate and CommunicationClimate: Predictors of Commitmentto the Organization .................................................. Ruth M. Guzley</p><p>Change in Organizational Culture:The Use of Linguistic Methodsin a Corporate Acquisition ...................................... David T. Bastien</p><p>An Information-ProcessingModel of Crisis Management .................................. William G. Egelhoff</p><p>Falguni Sen</p></li><li><p>84 PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT QUARTERLY</p><p>Performance and Instruction, 31(3), March, 1992</p><p>Training Problem Solving Skills UsingCognitive Strategies: Part 1: NoviceVersus Expert Problem Solvers .............................. Ruth Clark</p><p>David Taylor</p><p>Corporate ID/PT Standards .................................... Kenneth H. Silber</p><p>Training Function Accountability: How ToReally Measure Return On Investment ................. Holly Schneider</p><p>Dominic J. MonettaChester C. Wright</p><p>For Motivated Trainees-Teach Adults .................... David R. Torrence</p><p>From Tasks To Objectives: A Technical View ........ Paul L. Garavaglia</p><p>Performance Technology And The Schools ............ Don Fawkes</p><p>Performance-Based Instruction-Part 1:Definition and Examples ......................................... Dale M. Brethower</p><p>Karolyn A. Smalley</p><p>How Performance Happens(And How To Help It Happen Better)-Part 13: An Approach To Empowerment ............... Clay Carr</p><p>Performance and Instruction, 31(4), April, 1992</p><p>Decision-Making Factors and PrinciplesFor Selecting A Layer OfInstructional Development Activities ..................... Martin Tessmer</p><p>John F. Wedman</p><p>Constructivism vs. Objectivism .............................. Lowell Yarusso</p><p>Picturing Quality ..................................................... Steve King</p><p>Educational Models And Their InfluenceOn Executive Development ..................................... Mark A. Rogers</p><p>Training Hard Core FelonsIn Human Relations Skills ...................................... William M. Kahnweiler</p></li><li><p>VOLUME 5, NUMBER 4/1992 85</p><p>Success Strategies For TheTraining Manager Of The Nineties ........................ Nadine Witkin</p><p>Promoting Teacher BehaviorsThat Promote Student Learning............................. Greg Clark</p><p>Roy SteeleRichard P. NiemiecHerbert J. Walberg</p><p>Performance-Based Instruction-Part 2:Converting To Performance-Based Instruction ..... Dale M. Brethower</p><p>Karolyn A. Smalley</p><p>Training Problem-Solving Skills-Part 2:Design Guidelines Based OnCognitive Psychology ............................................... David Taylor</p><p>Ruth Clark</p><p>How Performance Happens (And How ToHelp It Happen Better)-Part 14:A Performance Improvement Checklist ................. Clay Carr</p><p>Performance and Instruction, 31(5), May/June, 1992</p><p>Objectives, Systems, Patterns,Politics, and Conflict ................................................ Frederick W. Nickols</p><p>Improving Performance:Why We Sometimes Fail ......................................... Jerry L. Harbour</p><p>Death To Deadlines! ................................................ David Gouthro</p><p>One Performance-No Encores ................................. Rick Rose</p><p>Screen Design For Computer-BasedTraining and Interactive Video:Practical Suggestions and Overall Guidelines ....... William D. Milheim</p><p>Carol Lavix</p><p>EPSS-Look Before You Leap:Some Cautions About Applications ofElectronic Performance Support Systems .............. Ruth Colvin Clark</p><p>Performance-Based Instruction-Part 3:An Instructional Paradigm forTraining in the 21st Century .................................. Dale M. Brethower</p><p>Karolyn A. Smalley</p></li><li><p>86 PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT QUARTERLY</p><p>Personnel Journal, 71(4), April, 1992</p><p>A Team Approach to Promotions at Rohr .............. Frank Rodgers</p><p>An Incentive Pay Success Story .............................. Terry Stambaugh</p><p>HR and Operations Work Togetherat Texas Instruments .............................................. Peggy Stuart</p><p>Surviving HR Burnout ............................................ Jennifer J. Laabs</p><p>Wellness with a Track Record ................................ Fred W. SchottSandra Wendel</p><p>Peer Training Delivers Speedy Results .................. Victoria Obenshain</p><p>Custom Training on a Budget ................................. Marcia Forsberg</p><p>Personnel Journal, 71(6), June, 1992</p><p>Job Descriptions for the 21st Century .................... Milan MoravecRobert Tucker</p><p>Select the Right Employees Through Testing ........ Scott L. MartinLoren P. Lehnen</p><p>Humor is Healthy in the Workplace ....................... Shari Caudron</p><p>The Accidental Trainer: HelpingDesign Instruction ................................................... Marie A. Dumas</p><p>David E. Wile</p><p>The HR Budget Squeeze.......................................... Allan Halcrow</p><p>Budgeting and EvaluatingAwards and Incentives ............................................ Ann La Forge</p><p>Bruce BolgerTodd Englander</p><p>A Safe Landing for OutplacedEmployees at AT&amp;T ................................................ William J. Barkley Jr.</p><p>Thad B. Green</p><p>Keep Up Production Through Cross-training ........ Joyce E. Santora</p></li><li><p>VOLUME 5, NUMBER 4/1992 87</p><p>Phi Delta Kappan, 73(10), June, 1992</p><p>Getting Reform Right: What Worksand What Doesnt .................................................... Michael G. Fullan</p><p>Matthew B. Miles</p><p>Simulation and Gaming, 23(2), June, 1992</p><p>Debriefing: Toward a SystematicAssessment of Theory and Practice ........................ Linda Costigan</p><p>Lederman</p><p>Using Games for Debriefing .................................... Sivasailam Thiagarajan</p><p>Three Levels of Learning in Simulations:Participating, Debriefing,and Journal Writing ................................................ Charles F. Petranek</p><p>Susan CoreyRebecca Black</p><p>How to Facilitate a Debriefing ................................ Barbara Steinwachs</p><p>Ethical Issues in Postexperimentaland Postexperiential Debriefing ............................. Lea P. Stewart</p><p>Tech Trends, 37(3), 1992</p><p>Factors Influencing Salaries forEducational Technologists ...................................... Joseph A. Hutchinson</p><p>Pauline M. Rankin</p><p>Getting Started as a Researcher:Designing and Conducting ResearchStudies in Instructional Technology ....................... Steven M. Ross</p><p>Gary R. Morrison</p><p>A New View-Applications ofInstructional Television .......................................... Robert Appleman</p><p>Ethics, Values and Instruction ............................... Jeffrey W. Bauer</p><p>SIRIUS-USA: A Guide toRestructuring Schools ............................................. Simon Hooper</p><p>Multiple Perspectives ofEducational Technology .......................................... Barbara Grabowski</p></li><li><p>88 PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT QUARTERLY</p><p>Models for Distance Education ............................... Kathleen Sunshine</p><p>In My Opinion: Some ConclusionsAbout Technology and Improving Schools ............. David F. Salisbury</p><p>Training, 29(4), April, 1992</p><p>Apprenticeships: From HighSchool To High Skills .............................................. Bob Filipczak</p><p>No Self-Efficacy, No Performance ........................... Robert F. Mager</p><p>Righting Rotten Writing ......................................... Barbara Von Diether</p><p>Training, 29(5), May, 1992</p><p>Performance Technology:Blueprint for the Learning Organization? ............. Jack Gordon</p><p>What You Should Know About ISO 9000 ............... Suzan L. Jackson</p><p>Telecommuting: A Better Way To Work? ............... Bob Filipczak</p><p>Listening to Get By.................................................. Dick Schaaf</p><p>Making Choices: Self-Directed Teamsor Total Quality Management ................................ Lawrence Holpp</p></li></ul>

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