Employment tests -- Validity, Interviewing -- Testing, Judgment -- Testing
This study replicated and extended an earlier study by Banki and Latham (2010) and developed an equivalent SJT and SI in order to examine whether the two methods correlated differently with cognitive ability, personality, job experience, and job performance. The results of this study showed that the SJT and SI only correlated .20 and that the correlations for the SI with Extraversion, customer service experience, and overall work experience were significantly different from the correlations for the SJT. Participants felt that the SJT and SI provided the same opportunity to perform one’s skills and level of scoring consistency. However, participants felt significantly more anxiety during the SI than the SJT. The practical and theoretical implications of these findings are discussed.
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Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
College of Sciences
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Gunter, James S., "How Do Situational Judgments Sic] Tests And Situational Interviews Compare? An Examination Of Construct And Criterion-related Validity" (2010). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1615.