Stewart I. Donaldson

Affiliations: 
The Claremont Graduate University 
Area:
Social Psychology, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Behavioral Psychology, Public and Social Welfare, Public Health
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Donaldson SI, Dollwet M, Rao MA. (2015) Happiness, excellence, and optimal human functioning revisited: Examining the peer-reviewed literature linked to positive psychology Journal of Positive Psychology. 10: 185-195
Rao MA, Donaldson SI. (2015) Expanding Opportunities for Diversity in Positive Psychology: An Examination of Gender, Race, and Ethnicity Canadian Psychology. 56: 271-282
Lavelle JM, Donaldson SI. (2015) The state of preparing evaluators New Directions For Evaluation. 2015: 39-52
Donaldson SI. (2012) Program theory-driven evaluation science: Strategies and applications Program Theory-Driven Evaluation Science: Strategies and Applications. 1-264
Gargani J, Donaldson SI. (2011) What works for whom, where, why, for what, and when? Using evaluation evidence to take action in local contexts New Directions For Evaluation. 130: 17-30
Chen HT, Donaldson SI, Mark MM. (2011) Validity frameworks for outcome evaluation New Directions For Evaluation. 130: 5-16
LaVelle JM, Donaldson SI. (2010) University-based evaluation training programs in the united states 1980-2008: An empirical examination American Journal of Evaluation. 31: 9-23
Donaldson SI, Ko I. (2010) Positive organizational psychology, behavior, and scholarship: A review of the emerging literature and evidence base Journal of Positive Psychology. 5: 177-191
Donaldson SI, Gooler LE. (2003) Theory-driven evaluation in action: Lessons from a $20 million statewide work and health initiative Evaluation and Program Planning. 26: 355-366
Donaldson SI, Grant-Vallone EJ. (2002) Understanding self-report bias in organizational behavior research Journal of Business and Psychology. 17: 245-260
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