Stephanie M. Merritt
Stephanie M. Merritt
University of Missouri - St. Louis
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AUTOMATION, EXPERT SYSTEMS-Not All Trust Is Created Equal: Dispositional and History-Based Trust in Human-Automation Interactions
SM Merritt, DR Ilgen
Human Factors-Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 50 (2 …, 2008
Not all trust is created equal: Dispositional and history-based trust in human-automation interactions
SM Merritt, DR Ilgen
Human Factors 50 (2), 194-210, 2008
I trust it, but I don’t know why: Effects of implicit attitudes toward automation on trust in an automated system
SM Merritt, H Heimbaugh, J LaChapell, D Lee
Human factors 55 (3), 520-534, 2013
Perceived fit with an academic environment: Attitudinal and behavioral outcomes
N Schmitt, FL Oswald, A Friede, A Imus, S Merritt
Journal of Vocational Behavior 72 (3), 317-335, 2008
Affective processes in human–automation interactions
SM Merritt
Human Factors 53 (4), 356-370, 2011
The use of background and ability profiles to predict college student outcomes.
N Schmitt, FL Oswald, BH Kim, A Imus, S Merritt, A Friede, S Shivpuri
Journal of Applied Psychology 92 (1), 165, 2007
The two-factor solution to Allen and Meyer’s (1990) affective commitment scale: Effects of negatively worded items
SM Merritt
Journal of Business and Psychology 27 (4), 421-436, 2012
An updated review of the multidimensionality of training outcomes: New directions for training evaluation research.
JK Ford, K Kraiger, SM Merritt
Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2010
Measuring individual differences in the perfect automation schema
SM Merritt, JL Unnerstall, D Lee, K Huber
Human factors 57 (5), 740-753, 2015
Are well-calibrated users effective users? Associations between calibration of trust and performance on an automation-aided task
SM Merritt, D Lee, JL Unnerstall, K Huber
Human Factors 57 (1), 34-47, 2015
Unethical Pro-organizational Behavior and Positive Leader–Employee Relationships
W Bryant, SM Merritt
Journal of Business Ethics, 1-17, 2019
A detection model of college withdrawal
TJ Pleskac, J Keeney, SM Merritt, N Schmitt, FL Oswald
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 115 (1), 85-98, 2011
Automation-induced complacency potential: Development and validation of a new scale
SM Merritt, A Ako-Brew, WJ Bryant, A Staley, M McKenna, A Leone, ...
Frontiers in psychology 10, 225, 2019
Actions speak too: Uncovering possible implicit and explicit discrimination in the employment interview process
T Macan, S Merritt
International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology 2011 26, 2011
The red effect, anxiety, and exam performance: a multistudy examination
A Smajic, S Merritt, C Banister, A Blinebry
Teaching of Psychology 41 (1), 37-43, 2014
Application of signature strengths at work: a dual-level analysis
S Merritt, K Huber, T Bartkoski
The Journal of Positive Psychology 14 (1), 113-124, 2019
Perceived ingroup and outgroup preference: A longitudinal causal investigation
SM Merritt, AM Ryan, MJ Mack, JP Leeds, N Schmitt
Personnel Psychology 63 (4), 845-879, 2010
Electronic and face-to-face communication in mentoring relationships
SM Merritt, L Havill
Development and Learning in Organizations: An International Journal, 2016
Differential item functioning in biodata: Opportunity access as an explanation of gender-and race-related DIF
A Imus, N Schmitt, B Kim, FL Oswald, S Merritt, AF Wrestring
Applied Measurement in Education 24 (1), 71-94, 2010
Imagine Me and You, I Do: Effects of imagined intergroup contact on anti‐fat bias in the context of job interviews
S Merritt, C Gardner, K Huber, B Wexler, C Banister, A Staley
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 48 (2), 80-89, 2018
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