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When Wrong is Alright

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Sun Nov 01 1987

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Discusses findings of the Zenger-Miller Inc.'s study designed to determine the impact of positive versus negative behavior models in the field of training. Overview on the study problem; Study methods; Improved recall and recognition of subjects who saw two models; Implications of the study's findings on the field of training.

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