In this research, two studies were conducted to examine factors influencing reliance on a decision aid in personnel selection. Specifically, this study examined the effect of feedback, validity of selection predictors, and presence of a decision aid on the use of the aid in personnel selection. The results demonstrate that when people are provided with the decision aid, their predictions were significantly more similar to the predictions made by the aid than people who were not provided with the aid. This suggests that when people are provided with an aid, they will use it to some degree. This research also shows that when provided with a decision aid with high cue validity, people will increase their reliance on the decision aid over multiple decisions.
Jackson, Alexander T.; Young, Michael E.; Howes, Satoris S.; Knight, Patrick A.; and Reichin, Sydney L.
"Examining Factors Influencing Use of a Decision Aid in Personnel Selection,"
Personnel Assessment and Decisions: Number 5
, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/pad/vol5/iss1/1