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Evidence-Based I–O Psychology: What Do We Lose on the Way?

  • Catherine Cassell (a1)
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E-mail: catherine.cassell@mbs.ac.uk, Address: Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, Booth Street East, Manchester M15 6PB, United Kingdom
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