We believe that Scherbaum, Goldstein, Yusko, Ryan, and Hanges (2012) come up short in (a) their portrayal of the current understanding of the nature of intelligence as it exists in the science of mental abilities and (b) their treatment of the measurement of intelligence constructs. We argue that their view on the nature of intelligence is outdated and that measuring constructs withinthedomainofintelligenceshouldnot be equated only with the use of traditional cognitive ability tests as alternative workbased measures of intelligence constructs have emerged and are in dire need of empirical scrutiny.
Human Resources Management | Organizational Behavior and Theory
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Industrial and Organizational Psychology
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Where I-O psychology should really (re)start its investigation of intelligence constructs and their measurement. (2012). Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 5, (2), 153-158. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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