Exploratory Study of Individual Assessment Practices: Interrater Reliability and Judgments of

Ryan, Ann Marie; Sackett, Paul R.
August 1989
Journal of Applied Psychology;Aug89, Vol. 74 Issue 4, p568
Academic Journal
Studies individual assessment practices which involves interrater reliability and judgments of assessor effectiveness. Industrial/organizational psychology which involves one psychologist making an evaluation of an individual for personnel decision-making purposes; Descriptions of actual individual assessments; Evaluation of psychologists who conduct individual assessment.


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