The impact of making targeted dimensions transparent on relations with typical performance predictors
Abbreviated Journal Title
ASSESSMENT-CENTER RATINGS; ASSESSMENT-CENTERS; CONSTRUCT-VALIDITY; COGNITIVE-ABILITY; PERSONALITY; BEHAVIOR; ASSERTIVENESS; REQUIREMENT; SPECIFICITY; VALIDATION; Psychology, Applied
The research presented here investigated the impact of making targeted dimensions transparent to participants prior to their performance of a simulation exercise, on the level of dimension ratings and their correlations with typical performance predictors. Results front two studies, both employing between-subjects designs, showed that conceptually matched typical performance predictors were more positively associated with dimension ratings when targeted dimensions were not made transparent than when they were. In addition, only when targeted dimensions were not made transparent did conceptually matched typical performance predictors correlate more. positively with dimension ratings than conceptually distinct typical performance predictors. Finally, those who were made aware of targeted dimensions received higher mean ratings in Study 1 but not in Study 2.
Article; Proceedings Paper
"The impact of making targeted dimensions transparent on relations with typical performance predictors" (2007). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 7670.