Discriminant Validation of Measures of Job Satisfaction, Job Involvement, and Organizational Commitment

  • Brooke P
  • Russell D
  • Price J
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Abstract

Discriminant validity of measures of job satisfaction, job involvement, and organizational commitment was empirically evaluated using data collected from a sample of 577 full-time employees of a 327-bed Veterans Administration Medical Center. The {lisrel vi} computer program was used to conduct a confirmatory factor analysis of items from measures of these three concepts and to evaluate relations between other job-related variables and the three attitudinal measures. Results of these analyses indicated that the measures of job satisfaction, job involvement, and organizational commitment assess empirically distinct concepts. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved)

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