Comprehensive meta-analysis of the construct validity of the employment interview

  title={Comprehensive meta-analysis of the construct validity of the employment interview},
  author={J. Salgado and Silvia Moscoso},
  journal={European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology},
  pages={299 - 324}
This article presents a series of meta-analyses carried out, exploring the construct validity of personnel selection interviews. Accordingly, the interviews were divided into two different groups: conventional interviews and behavior interviews. Conventional interviews are typically composed of questions directed at checking credentials, description of experience, and self-evaluative information. Behavior interviews mainly include questions concerning job knowledge, job experience, and behavior… Expand
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