Preemployment Honesty Testing: Current Research and Future Directions

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1984 Compu-Scan (audiotape) (Compu-Scan, 1984).
DES/Greentree Systems (computer-assisted interview) (Mitchell, 1984).
1986 CIC Integrity interview (telephone) ( Barke, 1987).
Note: This appendix lists representative tests published in 1942 or later. O'Bannon et al.
( 1989) describe 43 tests and indicate that there are at least 3 more for which data were not
available. The list prior to 1980 is believed to be complete.

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