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It is unlikely that your meta-analysis will allow you to fill in this matrix with any confidence. There are methods for estimating elements of meta-analytic correlation matrices with missing values (Furlow & Beretvas, 2005), but they require assumptions that are rarely met in practice. My conclusion is that even meta-analyses of non-ability constructs that seem to produce clear results actually rarely include the sort of data needed to support conclusions about relationships among constructs that are measured in different ways in different studies.
Second, these are outcomes that are correctly viewed as very important to organisations. It is often difficult for I/O psychologists to convince organisational decision makers of the value of their services (Latham & Whyte, 1994), in part because it is difficult for managers and executives to visualise what would be different if performance were to improve by a small amount, or if turnover could be slightly reduced. Managers and executives are likely to have less difficulty believing that their organisations will benefit if we can design interventions that reduce counterproductive behaviour, dishonesty, or violations of laws, rules and policies.
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