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Investigated is the relationship between the leadership behaviors of RAs and effectiveness assessments provided by their constituents (N = 1,304 ), supervisors (N = 5 ), and themselves (N = 333 ). Significant and consistent patterns emerge, with the RAs most frequently engaged in leadership practices viewed as most effective.
Posner, Barry Z., and Barbara Brodsky. "The Leadership Practices of Effective RAs." Journal of College Student Development 34.4 (1993): 300-04.