Situational Judgment Tests and their Predictiveness of College Students’ Success: The Influence of Faking

@inproceedings{Peeters2005SituationalJT,
  title={Situational Judgment Tests and their Predictiveness of College Students’ Success: The Influence of Faking},
  author={Helga Peeters and Filip Lievens},
  year={2005}
}
There is increasing interest in using situational judgment tests (SJTs) to supplement traditional student admission procedures. An important unexplored issue is whether students can intentionally distort or fake their responses on SJTs. This study examined the fakability of an SJT of college students’ performance. Two hundred ninety-three psychology students completed a cognitive test, a personality measure, and an SJT. Only for the SJT, the students were assigned to either an honest or a fake… CONTINUE READING

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