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- Source credibility and dimensional stability: A test of the leathers personal credibility scale... Wanzenried, J.W.; Powell, F.C. // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Oct93, Vol. 77 Issue 2, p403
Studies stable dimensions of personal credibility using the Leathers scale. Study of university students perceptions of presidential candidates George Bush, Ross Perot and Bill Clinton; Data suggesting that trustworthiness is the primary dimension of credibility; Authors' argument that...
- Climate change research and credibility: balancing tensions across professional, personal, and public domains. Nordhagen, Stella; Calverley, Dan; Foulds, Chris; O'Keefe, Laura; Wang, Xinfang // Climatic Change;Jul2014, Vol. 125 Issue 2, p149
For research to positively impact society, it must be scientifically credible. The researcher plays a key role in establishing and maintaining credibility, particularly in the climate change field. This paper provides a structure for relating the credibility of researchers themselves to that of...
- CREDIBILITY OF THE ECONOMIC POLICY: EMPIRICAL RESULTS FROM THE BALTIC SEA REGION COUNTRIES. Põlajeva, Tanja // Economics & Management;2010, p192
The purpose of the article is to analyze how the credibility of the economic policy influences on the business environment. How is the development of the legal and institutional infrastructure connected with changes in the society and the economy? Corruption, in the authors' opinion, might be...
- Credibility gap. Elsasser, John // Public Relations Tactics;Aug96, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p3
Reports on the results of a survey on corporate credibility and public relations. Percentage of consumers who believe that corporations are totally truthful in crisis time; Credible information sources during crisis; Higher proportion of people disbelieving corporate information.
- To tell the truth. Absher, Frank // St. Louis Journalism Review;Jul2000, Vol. 30 Issue 228, p3
Highlights findings of a survey on the prevalence of lying among public relations executives in the United States.
- Boost your credibility. // American Speaker;Mar2013, p2
The article offers a way to enhance one's credibility when having a public speech or demonstration.
- Lies can keep PR industry busy. Hilton, Anthony // PRWeek (London);9/9/2011, p12
The author elaborates on how organised lying, which is no longer confined to the stock market and spread around the world through the Internet before the truth is established, can become a mainstream business in the public relations industry in 2011.
- The Credibility Factor. MURAD, MOHAMMED // Toastmaster;Dec2014, Vol. 80 Issue 12, p2
The author discusses focusing on choosing between speaking skills and credibility and mentions need to build credibility in public speaking.
- Research notes. Watson, Roger // Nursing Standard;1/7/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 17, p21
Examines the reliability of research. Differences between reliability and validity; Estimation of reliability using measurement scales; Measurement of internal consistency and inter-rater reliability.