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...

Upgrades to our Online Psychometric Courses

As the global leader in online psychometric assessment, with courses since 2008, we continue to innovate our Psychometric Courses and student processes. The following outlines some updates we’ve made in the past few months:   Chapters within our...

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...

The testing environment as an explanation for unproctored internet‐based testing device‐type effects

February 25, 2021 Device‐type effects on cognitive tests appear to covary with whether unproctored internet‐based test (UIT) scores were obtained operationally or nonoperationally. The present study examined whether the testing environment and distractions therein—one...