Studies in Personnel and Industrial Psychology

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SECTION ONE: PERSONNEL SELECTION
ARTICLEPAGE
Introduction1
1. Matching Men to Job Requirements , Harold F. Rothe 5
2. What Job Applicants Look for in a Company , Clifford E. Jurgensen 13
3. Validating the Patterned Interview , Robert N. McMurry 17
4. Job Expectancy and Survival , Joseph Weitz 26
5. Using the Application Blank to Reduce Office Turnover , Edwin A. Fleishman and Joseph Berniger 30
6. The Validity of the Employment Recommendation Questionnaire in Personnel Selection, James N. Mosel and Howard W. Goheen 37
7. The Validation of Tests , Edward N. Hay 44
8. Selecting Supervisors with Peer Ratings , Joseph Weitz 52
9. The Leaderless Group Discussion as a Leadership Evaluation Instrument, Bernard M. Bass 59

SECTION TWO: PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL
Introduction67
10. Measuring On-the-Job Performance--Applying Cost Accounting Concepts to Criterion Construction, Hubert E. Brogden and Erwin K. Taylor 71
11. A System Simulator for Measuring Job Proficiency , Guy G. Bresnard and Leslie J. Briggs 85
12. Developing an Employee Merit Rating Procedure , Reign Bittner 95
13. Establishing a Graphic-Rating Scale , Lee Stockford and H. W. Bissell 114
14. Using Critical Incidents to Measure Job Proficiency Factors , Wayne K. Kirchner and Marvin D. Dunnette 134
15. Some New Insights into Performance Appraisal , Kenneth E. Richards 140

SECTION THREE: TRAINING EMPLOYEES AND MANAGERS
Introduction151
16. Learning Theory and Training , William McGehee 155
17. Lecture versus Group Decision in Changing Behavior , Jacob Levine and John Butler 163
18. The Comparative Effectiveness of Electric and Manual Typewriters in the Acquisition of Typing Skill, Henry L. Adams 167
19. How to Feed Back Performance Results to Trainees , James N. Mosel 173
20. Curriculum Assessment with Critical Incidents , Albert S. Glickman and T. R. Vallance 181
21. Teaching Machines , B. F. Skinner 190

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