Debora Jeske, Ph.D.

2011 Psychology Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL, United States 
Industrial Psychology
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Alecia Santuzzi grad student 2011 Northern Illinois University
 (Electronic performance monitoring: Employee perceptions and reactions.)
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Crowley L, Jeske D. (2020) Recruiter perceptions and expectations of desirable graduate attributes and fit British Journal of Guidance & Counselling. 1-12
Kraft C, Jeske D, Bayerlein L. (2019) Seeking diversity? Consider virtual internships Strategic Hr Review. 18: 133-137
Jeske D, Shultz KS. (2019) Social media screening and content effects: implications for job applicant reactions International Journal of Manpower. 40: 73-86
Tijunaitis K, Jeske D, Shultz KS. (2019) Virtuality at work and social media use among dispersed workers: Promoting network ties, shared vision and trust Employee Relations. 41: 358-373
Jeske D, Lippke S, Shultz KS. (2019) Predicting Self-Disclosure in Recruitment in the Context of Social Media Screening Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal. 31: 99-112
Jeske D, Axtell CM. (2018) The nature of relationships in e-internships: a matter of the psychological contract, communication and relational investment Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. 34: 113-121
Bayerlein L, Jeske D. (2018) The potential of computer-mediated internships for higher education International Journal of Educational Management. 32: 526-537
Bayerlein L, Jeske D. (2018) Student Learning Opportunities in Traditional and Computer-Mediated Internships. Journal of Education and Training. 60: 27-38
Jeske D, Axtell CM. (2017) Effort and Reward Effects: Appreciation and Self-Rated Performance in e-Internships The Social Sciences. 6: 154
Backhaus J, Jeske D, Poinstingl H, et al. (2017) Assessing Efficiency of Prompts Based on Learner Characteristics The First Computers. 6: 7
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