Situational judgment testing: a review and some new developments

@inproceedings{Oostrom2015SituationalJT,
  title={Situational judgment testing: a review and some new developments},
  author={J. Oostrom and B. D. Soete and F. Lievens},
  year={2015}
}
Although situational judgment tests (SJTs) have a long history in the personnel selection literature, there have been some recent developments in how they are designed, administered, and scored. An SJT is a measurement method typically composed of challenging work-related situations and a list of plausible courses of action. Test takers are asked to evaluate each course of action for either the likelihood that they would perform the action or the effectiveness of the action. In this book… Expand
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