Isoperformance Curves in Applied Psychology

  title={Isoperformance Curves in Applied Psychology},
  author={Marshall B. Jones and Robert S. Kennedy},
  journal={Human factors},
  volume={38 1},
Isoperformance is a technique for reading information out of a data-analytic model, comparable to expected mean square or omega squared analyses. It results in a trade-off function (an isoperformance curve) among the determinants of performance. The technique was developed primarily to generate trade-off functions between personnel aptitude and time in training or on the job. However, the technique is general and can be applied in any trade-off situation. In part, the purpose of this paper is… CONTINUE READING
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