Integrating situational judgment tests and assessment centre exercises into personality research: Challenges and further opportunities
In this rejoinder, I discuss several broad themes that emerged from the 32 commentaries in response to my target article about the value of integrating Situational Judgment Tests and Assessment Centre exercises for advancing research on the personality-situation interplay. Specifically, I summarize the various challenges put forward (e.g. deficient/contaminated trait measurement, assessment of situation construal, inclusion of personality-driven situation experience) and offer potential conceptual (e.g. use of situational taxonomies and contextualized personality perception) and methodological solutions (e.g. use of open-ended and nonlinear SJTs and multiple speed assessment). Taken together, this fits into a more comprehensive multi-method approach to personality assessment. Copyright (C) 2017 European Association of Personality Psychology
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Integrating situational judgment tests and assessment centre exercises into personality research: Challenges and further opportunities. (2017). 31, 487-502. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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