Now showing items 1-5 of 5
Are four heads better than one? Comparing groups and individuals on behavioral rating accuracy
The main objective of this research was to determine whether differences between group and individual accuracy on behavioral rating tasks are due to differences in memory sensitivity or to systematic differences in the ...
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 ...
Development of a new measure of helping at work
In this thesis, helping behavior is defined as extra role behaviors that an employee performs voluntarily and contributes to organizational effectiveness such as improved productivity and co-worker performance (Organ, ...
An investigation of multiple models of the underlying factors of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) items
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator's (MBTI) extensive use in businesses, educational institutions and in career counseling coupled with growing criticism regarding its validity demands that critical research answer the question ...