Trying to understand the different pieces of the construct validity puzzle of assessment centers: an examination of assessor and assessee effects.

@article{Lievens2002TryingTU,
  title={Trying to understand the different pieces of the construct validity puzzle of assessment centers: an examination of assessor and assessee effects.},
  author={Filip Lievens},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={87 4},
  pages={675-86}
}
This study examined the effects of assessor-related factors (i.e., type of assessor) and assessee-related factors (i.e., type of assessee profile) on the construct validity of assessment center ratings. In particular, 3 types of assessors (26 industrial/organizational [I/O] psychologists, 20 managers, and 27 students), rated assessee performances that varied according to cross-exercise consistency (i.e., relatively inconsistent vs. relatively consistent) and dimension differentiation… CONTINUE READING

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