Validity and Adverse Impact Potential of Predictor Composite Formation

@inproceedings{Corte2008ValidityAA,
  title={Validity and Adverse Impact Potential of Predictor Composite Formation},
  author={Wilfried De Corte and Filip Lievens and Paul R. Sackett},
  year={2008}
}
Previous research on the validity and adverse impact (AI) of predictor composite formation focused on the merits of regression-based or ad hoc composites. We argue for a broader focus. Ad hoc chosen composites are usually not Pareto-optimal, whereas the regression-based composite represents only one element from the total set of Pareto-optimal composites and can, therefore, provide only limited information on the potential for validity and AI reduction of forming predictor composites when both… CONTINUE READING

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