Dr. Amy E. Crook, assistant professor of management in the Massey College of Business, presented a paper at the 30th annual conference of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology in Philadelphia recently. Her solo-authored paper, titled “Comparing Single-Response and Multiple-Response SJTs,” is an experimental validity study on different employee selection test formats. Crook developed the interpersonal skills tests involved in the study and collected the data here at Belmont with undergraduate students. Her talk was part of a symposium with other internationally known SJT experts in academia and industry from organizations such as Educational Testing Service, Michigan State University and Ghent University.
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