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Making Assessment Centers Work the Way They Are Supposed To

  • Ann Howard (a1)
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E-mail: ann.howard@ddiworld.com, Address: Development Dimensions International, 1225 Washington Pike, Bridgeville, PA 15017-2838
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B. B. Gaugler , D. B. Rosenthal , G. C. Thornton III, & C Bentson . (1987). Meta-analysis of assessment center validity. Journal of Applied Psychology Monograph, 72, 493511.

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C. E Lance . (2008). Why assessment centers do not work the way they are supposed to. Industrial Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 1, 8497.

F. Lievens , & J. M Conway . (2001). Dimension and exercise variance in assessment center scores: A large-scale evaluation of multitrait-multimethod studies. Journal of Applied Psychology, 86, 12021222.

G. C. Thornton III, & W. C Byham . (1982). Assessment centers and managerial performance. New York: Academic Press.

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Industrial and Organizational Psychology
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