Convergent and discriminant validity of the Rahim organizational conflict inventory-II

Rahim, M. Afzalur; Magner, Nace R.
February 1994
Psychological Reports;Feb94, Vol. 74 Issue 1, p35
Academic Journal
Examines the convergent and discriminant validity of the Rahim Organizational Conflict Inventory-II. Use of confirmatory factor analysis; Support for the validities of the instrument; Styles of handling interpersonal conflict.


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