Are we getting fooled again? Coming to terms with limitations in the use of personality tests for personnel selection.

@inproceedings{Morgeson2007AreWG,
  title={Are we getting fooled again? Coming to terms with limitations in the use of personality tests for personnel selection.},
  author={Frederick P. Morgeson and Michael Campion and Robert L. Dipboye and John R. Hollenbeck and Kevin R. Murphy and Neal Schmitt},
  year={2007}
}
  • Frederick P. Morgeson, Michael Campion, +3 authors Neal Schmitt
  • Published 2007
  • Psychology
  • We recently published an article in which we highlighted a number of issues associated with the use of self-report personality tests in personnel selection contexts (Morgeson et al., 2007). Both Ones, Dilchert, Viswesvaran, and Judge (2007) and Tett and Christiansen (2007) have written responses to this article. In our response to these articles we address many of the issues raised by Ones et al. and Tett and Christiansen. In addition to a detailed response, we make the following 4 key points… CONTINUE READING

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