Category: *International Journal of Selection and Assessment

Job-Relevant Prediction: Cognitive Ability Tests with High Criterion and Content Validity

Topic: Selection Publication: International Journal of Selection and Assessment (MAR 2012) Article: Cognitive Tests Used in Selection Can Have Content Validity as Well as Criterion Validity: A Broader Research Review and Implications for Practice Authors: Frank L. Schmidt Reviewed By: Thaddeus Rada It is a well-known fact in IO psychology

Are Five Choices Better Than Three? (IO Psychology)

Topic: Selection Publication: International Journal of Selection and Assessment Article: The three option format for knowledge and ability multiple-choice tests: A case for why it should be more commonly used in personnel testing Authors: Edwards, B. D. Arthur, W. Jr., and Bruce, L. L. Reviewer: Neil Morelli When it comes

Do You IQ? The Impact of Individual Differences on Perceptions of Cognitive Ability Testing (IO Psychology)

Topic: Personality, Selection Publication: International Journal of Selection and Assessment (MAR 2012) Article: The Role of Person Characteristics in Perceptions of the Validity of Cognitive Ability Testing Authors: Reeder, M. C., Powers, C. L., Ryan, A. M., & Gibby, R. E. Reviewed By: Thaddeus Rada It will come as no

The Power of Hope: Relevant to IO Psychology?

Topic: Selection Publication: International Journal of Selection and Assessment (MAR 2012) Article: Hope in Personnel Selection Authors: Zysberg, L. Reviewed By: Thaddeus Rada Although practitioners in IO psychology commonly measure and examine a wide range of constructs in their work, “hope” has not typically been among them. However, a new

Everyone’s on the Same Page: The International Generalizability of Applicant Selection Attitudes (Selection)

Topic: Selection Publication: International Journal of Selection and Assessment (MAR 2008) Article: Fairness Reactions to Personnel Selection Methods: An International Comparison Between the Netherlands, the United States, France, Spain, Portugal, and Singapore Authors: Anderson, N., & Witvliet, C. Reviewed By: Thaddeus Rada Interest in applicant reactions to the selection process

Follow the Yellow Brick Road: the Path to the Understanding Interview Constructs

Topic: Interviewing, Selection, Human Resources Publication: International Journal of Selection and Assessment (March, 2011) Article: An Empirical Review of the Employment Interview Construct Literature Author: Allen I. Huffcutt Reviewed by: Jade L. Peters It can be very easy to assume a structured interview is the best technique when interviewing. It

Who Reports Transferring Skills that Weren’t Trained?

Topic: Training
Publication: International Journal of Selection and Assessment (DEC 2010)
Article: Transferring more than learned in training: Employees’ and managers’ (over)generalization of skills
Authors: D.S. Chiaburu, K.B. Sawyer and C.N. Thoroughgood
Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger

Do Organizations Ask What They Shouldn’t Ask in Job Applications?

Topic: Fairness, Recruiting
Publication: International Journal of Selection and Assessment (DEC 2010)
Article: Science-practice gap in e-recruitment
Authors: A.L. Garcia-Izquierdo, H. Aguinis, and P.J. Ramos-Villagrasa
Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger

Hiring Tools and Applicant Reactions

Topic: Staffing
Publication: International Journal of Selection and Assessment (SEP 2010)
Article: Applicant reactions in selection: Comprehensive meta-analysis into reaction generalization versus situational specificity
Authors: N. Anderson, J.F. Salgado and U.R. Hulsheger
Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger