A Monte Carlo Investigation of Assessment Center Construct Validity Models

@inproceedings{Lance2005AMC,
  title={A Monte Carlo Investigation of Assessment Center Construct Validity Models},
  author={Charles E. Lance and David J. Woehr and Adam W. Meade},
  year={2005}
}
There has been some disagreement among three major reviews of the assessment center (AC) construct validity literature (Bowler & Woehr, 2004; Lance, Lambert, Gewin, Lievens, & Conway, 2004; Lievens & Conway, 2001) as to the most appropriate analytic model for AC post-exercise dimension rating data. This article reports a Monte Carlo study addressing the following questions with respect to the structure of AC ratings: (a) to what extent does the ‘true’ model (i.e., the model that generated the… CONTINUE READING
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