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Editors

Editor: Scott Highhouse, Bowling Green State University
Associate Editors: Oleksandr (Sasha) Chernsyhenko, Nanyang Technological University
  Mikki Hebl, Rice University
  Cornelius König, Saarland University
  Nathan Kuncel, University of Minnesota
  Dan Putka, HumRRO
  Neal Schmitt, Michigan State University, Polaris Consulting
  Mike Zickar, Bowling Green State University
Measurement and Measures Section Editor: Dennis Doverspike, University of Akron
 

Personnel Assessment and Decisions is the official journal of the International Personnel Assessment Council (IPAC). The journal welcomes any studies or reviews related to staffing organizations and assessing its members. This might include (but is not limited to) research on:

  • applicant recruitment and assessment
  • selection tools (e.g., interviews, tests, work samples)
  • selection decisions
  • on-boarding and training
  • job search and choice
  • performance assessment and employee development
  • job analysis and competency modeling
Considerable emphasis will be placed on applied research that is novel, accessible, important, and newsworthy (think Psychological Science for personnel psychology). Articles should have practical relevance and be of broad interest.

News (10/30/15) We have added some resources for authors and reviewers in the left sidebar. Feel free to check them out!

News (1/16/15) Since introducing the journal, we have received a number of high-quality submissions. Given the nature of a minority of submissions we received, a new subsection entitled “Practitioner Demonstration Projects” was added to the Measurement & Measures section.

Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 1 (2016)

Research Articles

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Technology in the Employment Interview: A Meta-Analysis and Future Research Agenda
Nikki Blacksmith, Jon C. Willford, and Tara S. Behrend

Measurement and Measures

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A Public-Domain Personality Item Bank For Use With The Raymark, Schmit, and Guion (1997) PPRF
Scott Highhouse, Michael J. Zickar, Margaret E. Brooks, Charlie L. Reeve, Shreya T. Sarkar-Barney, and Robert M. Guion