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The influence of ratee performance variations on raters' judgments
The purpose of this study was to investigate whether prior performance variations within and among job candidates affect evaluations of present performance and whether these variations result in ratings that are exaggerated ...
Effects of implicit theories of performance on leadership and group process ratings
Evidence cited as validating the Vroom-Yetton model has relied on managers' self-reports of the behavior they did or would exhibit. Research suggests that knowledge of group performance can bias both group process and ...
Issues in selection interview validity research
Recent meta-analyses have suggested that the validity of interviews is much higher than previously reported. However, three issues are unresolved: individual differences in interviewer validity, incremental validity, and ...
Is there judgment bias in the assessment center method?
Recent analyses of assessment center ratings have demonstrated that assessors who are trained to make dimension-based assessments may instead base their judgments on information other than dimension performance. This study ...