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MEASURING CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STYLES: A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE MODE AND ROCI‐II INSTRUMENTS USING SELF AND PEER RATINGS

Orly Ben‐Yoav (Learntech Associates)
Moshe Banai (City University of New York)

International Journal of Conflict Management

ISSN: 1044-4068

Article publication date: 1 March 1992

Abstract

This comparative study assesses the internal consistency reliability, rater bias, and convergent and discriminant validities of peer and self ratings for the MODE and ROCI‐II conflict management instruments. Additionally, the study examines the convergent and discriminant validities, and method variance of the two conflict instruments. BBA students (N = 133), divided into small teams, participated in a Business Policy Simulation Game. Participants rated their own conflict management styles and the styles of all members of their teams. Higher internal consistency reliability scores were found for the ROCI‐II than for the MODE. The complementary analyses of an ANOVA and a standard multitrait‐multimethod analysis revealed greater convergence between the two rating sources on the dominating and avoiding styles for the MODE than for the ROCI‐II and higher convergence on the collaborating and compromising styles for the ROCI‐II than for the MODE. A moderately low convergence validity was found between the two instruments.

Citation

Ben‐Yoav, O. and Banai, M. (1992), "MEASURING CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STYLES: A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE MODE AND ROCI‐II INSTRUMENTS USING SELF AND PEER RATINGS", International Journal of Conflict Management, Vol. 3 No. 3, pp. 237-247. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb022714

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