Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. Wayne Harrison
Dr. Dennis Dossett
Consequently, the purpose of the present study was two—fold. First, confirmatory factor analysis was applied to assessor’s post-exercise dimensional ratings in an attempt to obtain a more accurate estimate of the dimensionality underlying these ratings. Second, this study utilized a slight methodological innovation (a behavioral checklist) to ascertain what effect a reduction in the amount of inference required of assessors would have on the demonstration of convergent and discriminant validity in assessment center ratings.
Louiselle, Kevin G., "The effect of reduced assessor inference on the demonstration of convergent and discriminant validity in assessment center ratings" (1986). Student Work. 1419.