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Effects of variations in rating scale format on judgment.
USING POLICY-CAPTURING TO MEASURE ATTITUDES IN ORGANIZATIONAL DIAGNOSIS
- J. Madden
- 1 June 1981
The need for an indirect method of attitude measurement that could be applied on an individual basis was suggested. Policy-capturing was proposed as filling all requirements. When used in 3… Expand
AN APPLICATION TO JOB EVALUATION OF A POLICY CAPTURING MODEL FOR ANALYZING INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP JUDGMENT
- J. Madden
- 1 May 1963
Abstract : A major problem in developing a job evaluation plan is the estimation of individual rater consistency and degree of interrater agreement. A method for making these estimations is pro posed… Expand
Use of an all possible combination solution of certain multiple regression problems.
The Development of Behaviorally Anchored Rating Scales for Student Evaluation of College Teaching Effectiveness.
Clinical judgment of nurses: Gravity of symptom configurations, quantity of symptoms, and extraneous variables
Nurses’ diagnostic decision making is discussed in terms of its importance and the lack of empirical research to determine training needs to prepare nurses for this function. Results of this… Expand
An indirect method of attitude measurement
In three experiments, attitudes were measured using a direct method and then measured using an indirect method of profile rating. In two of the experiments, interaction effects were detected,… Expand
EVALUATION OF OFFICER JOBS VERSUS EVALUATION OF SPECIALTIES
Abstract : Evaluation data on 30 officer specialties were gathered from 2 groups of raters for comparison with results previously obtained when jobs were evaluated. With the same 20 factors used… Expand