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Approval motivation and situational judgment tests: The role of personality and implicit trait policies
The effects of faking on situational judgment test (SJT) scores have only recently been explored. The research reported here tested a model linking an individual difference frequently associated with social desirability, ...
An investigation of the validity of implicit measures of personality
The current research examines the construct validity of Implicit Association Tests designed to measure two of the Big Five factor traits, Extraversion (EIAT) and Conscientiousness (CIAT), and whether or not these IATs ...
Justice in personality testing: Influence of feedback of results, test modality, and elaboration opportunity on attitudinal reactions to and responses on a personality test
Manipulations of a personality test administration are examined, in light of their effects on the test-takers' perceptions of the test's fairness, their acceptance of an outcome derived from the test, socially desirable ...
Measuring and predicting extreme response style: A latent class approach
The purpose of this study was to explore various ways to predict and measure extreme response style, or overuse of endpoint categories in rating scales. Data was collected from a total of 913 regular participants and 240 ...
Individual and situational influences on distortion of personality tests
Individual and situational influences on distortion of personality tests were investigated. It was expected that individuals would use different distortion strategies in different situations and that individual differences ...
Action or opportunity: A further examination of voice effects
This study assessed whether the effect of voice on procedural fairness is due to the opportunity to voice or to actual voice behavior. In addition, it examined several possible antecedents of voice behavior. In a laboratory ...