Situational judgment tests in high-stakes settings: issues and strategies with generating alternate forms.

  title={Situational judgment tests in high-stakes settings: issues and strategies with generating alternate forms.},
  author={Filip Lievens and Paul R. Sackett},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  volume={92 4},
This study used principles underlying item generation theory to posit competing perspectives about which features of situational judgment tests might enhance or impede consistent measurement across repeat test administrations. This led to 3 alternate-form development approaches (random assignment, incident isomorphism, and item isomorphism). The effects of these approaches on alternate-form consistency, mean score changes, and criterion-related validity were examined in a high-stakes context (N… CONTINUE READING

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