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Parallel test form development: A procedure for alternative predictors and an example

Parallel test form development: A procedure for alternative predictors and an example,C. S. Clause,M. E. Mullins,M. T. Nee,E. Pulakos,N. Schmitt

Parallel test form development: A procedure for alternative predictors and an example   (Citations: 14)
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    • ...As it was our aim to examine whether performance on the work simulation improved after reflection and feedback, we needed an alternate version of the simulation that could be used to assess performance at Time 2. As outlined by Clause, Mullins, Nee, Pulakos, and Schmitt (1998), we used a cloning procedure to construct such an alternate version...

    Frederik Anseelet al. Reflection as a strategy to enhance task performance after feedback

    • ...judgment tests, and in-basket exercises (Clause, Mullins, Nee, Pulakos, & Schmitt, 1998; Lievens & Anseel, 2008; Lievens & Sackett, 2007; Oswald, Friede, Schmitt, Kim, & Ramsey, 2005), there is currently no formal protocol for establishing parallelism among behavioral assessments (e.g., those scored by assessors, such as simulation exercises in assessment centers)...
    • ...Random domain sampling is an effective strategy unless the test is multidimensional, in which case the method requires separate item pools for each distinct dimension (Clause et al., 1998)...
    • ...In this case, Clause et al. (1998) suggest cloning items from the initial measure for the construction of the parallel form(s)...
    • ...Item isomorphic cloning changes only cosmetic features like the specific words used in an item (e.g., Clause et al., 1998)...
    • ...The growing literature on alternate forms for situational judgment tests speaks more directly to these situations (Clause et al., 1998, Lievens & Sackett, 2007; Oswald et al., 2005)...
    • ...Whereas recent research has explored issues such as procedures for developing objectively scored inbaskets (Lievens & Anseel, 2008) and situational judgment tests (Clause et al., 1998; Lievens & Sackett, 2007; Oswald et al., 2005), this work does not address the unique issues involved with behavioral assessment...

    BRADLEY J. BRUMMELet al. CONSTRUCTING PARALLEL SIMULATION EXERCISES FOR ASSESSMENT CENTERS AND ...

    • ...An important moderator seems to be the approach of constructing alternate SJT forms (Clause et al., 1998...

    Filip Lievenset al. Situational judgment tests: a review of recent research

    • ...A second impediment to the classic psychometric approach is the scenario in which the predictor (a) is multidimensional and (b) reflects a construct domain that is not fully understood (Clause, Mullins, Nee, Pulakos, & Schmitt, 1998)...
    • ...In the only study we are aware of that used this procedure (which was then labeled item cloning), Clause et al. (1998) reported alternate-form reliabilities greater than .70 for three parallel forms of a 33-item SJT used in a research context...
    • ...Finally, after 2003, the incident isomorphic model was replaced by the item isomorphic model (see Clause et al., 1998)...
    • ...First, our construct validity and low internal consistency coefficients confirmed prior research and therefore were not unexpected (Chan & Schmitt, 1997; Clause et al., 1998; Schmitt & Chan, 2006)...

    Filip Lievenset al. Situational Judgment Tests in High-Stakes Settings: Issues and Strateg...

    • ...Specifically, we borrow from cloning procedures that were recently developed for situational judgment tests (Clause, Mullins, Nee, Pulakos, & Schmitt, 1998; Lievens & Sackett, 2007) and apply them to one of the most widely used assessment center exercises (i.e., a computerized in-basket exercise)...
    • ...Clause et al. (1998) cogently argued that the domain-sampling approach will not work for multidimensional tests or tests whose constructs are poorly understood...
    • ...In light of these limitations of the domain-sampling approach for constructing alternate forms of multidimensional tests, a cloning procedure has been suggested as a possible alternative (Clause et al., 1998; Lievens & Sackett, 2007)...
    • ...All of this extends the positive results found for the use of cloning approaches for creating alternate forms of situational judgment tests (Clause et al., 1998; Lievens & Sackett, 2007)...

    Filip Lievenset al. Creating Alternate In-Basket Forms Through Cloning: Some preliminary r...

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