Testing the efficacy of a new procedure for reducing faking on personality tests within selection contexts.

@article{Fan2012TestingTE,
  title={Testing the efficacy of a new procedure for reducing faking on personality tests within selection contexts.},
  author={Jinyan Fan and Dingguo Gao and Sarah A. Carroll and F J Manzanera L{\'o}pez and Tian Siva Tian and Hui Meng},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2012},
  volume={97 4},
  pages={866-80}
}
The authors propose a new procedure for reducing faking on personality tests within selection contexts. This computer-based procedure attempts to identify and warn potential fakers early on during the testing process and then give them a chance for recourse. Two field studies were conducted to test the efficacy of the proposed procedure. Study 1 participants were 157 applicants competing for 10 staff positions at a large university located in a southern city in the People's Republic of China… CONTINUE READING
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