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Introducing a supervised alternative to forced‐choice personality scoring: A test of validity and resistance to faking

September 20, 2021 Abstract This paper examines a new personality assessment scoring approach labeled supervised forced choice scoring (SFCS), which aims to maximize construct validity of forced choice (FC) personality assessments. SFCS maximally weights FC responses...

Reliable change in neuropsychological test scores is associated with brain atrophy in older adults

June 11, 2021 The reliable change index (RCI) is a commonly used method for interpreting change in neuropsychological test scores over time. However, the RCI is a psychometric method that, to date, has not been validated against neuroanatomical changes. Longitudinal...

Predictors of faking behavior on personality inventories in selection: Do indicators of the ability and motivation to fake predict faking?

May 28, 2021 Abstract This study investigated whether faking behavior on a personality inventory can be predicted by two indicators of the ability to fake (cognitive ability and the ability to identify criteria; ATIC) and two indicators of the motivation to fake...

Psychometric Evaluation of a Big Five Personality State Scale for Intensive Longitudinal Studies

May 6, 2021 Assessment, Ahead of Print. Despite enthusiasm for using intensive longitudinal designs to measure day-to-day manifestations of personality underlying differences between people, the validity of personality state scales has yet to be established. In this...