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Social-collaborative complexity of work: Implications for ability test validities
The social, collaborative, interpersonal, and interdependence demands of jobs, referred to as social-collaborative complexity (SCC), are rapidly expanding in the work place. One implication for human resources research is ...
The risk-taking personality: Comparing three measures used to evaluate different types of risk takers
Three different measures of risk taking were compared to examine the support for a unitary trait of risk taking. The measures included the Sensation Seeking Scale, an experimental lottery, and a consumer product/activity ...
Unit analysis of implicit and explicit memory tests
The present study compares the cognitive processes underlying two perceptual implicit memory tests (word stem completion and word fragment completion) and four explicit memory tests (word stem cued recall, word fragment ...
Context effects in a group interaction exercise
Context effects are a robust finding in psychology and are manifested in the form of assimilation effects and contrast effects. Assimilation effects occur when judgments of a target stimulus are biased toward the level of ...
Computer adaptive testing: The impact of test characteristics on perceived performance and test takers' reactions
This study examined the relationship between characteristics of adaptive testing and test takers' subsequent reactions to the test. Participants took a computer adaptive test in which two features, the difficulty of the ...
The relationship between work experience and job knowledge: A theoretical and empirical reexamination
A study was conducted to examine the relationship between work experience and job knowledge. The data used came from the United States Air Force job performance measurement system (JPMS) database. Data on the cognitive ...