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作者 Longenecker, Dale
書名 An investigation of the metric properties of the interactive computer interview system
國際標準書號 9780542538636
book jacket
說明 84 p
附註 Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 67-01, Section: A, page: 0051
Adviser: Howard Ebmeier
Thesis (Ed.D.)--The University of Kansas, 2006
The purpose of this study is to examine the existing knowledge about the personnel interview and the abilities of computers to enhance and broaden this knowledge base. This study will examine whether the branching format, which utilizes a shorter format than a traditional linear interview, allows for a similar measure of reliability when compared to a traditional linear based model that must ask each respondent all the questions in a scale. Ultimately, this study will examine whether a computerized branching personnel interview is more efficient and effective in making personnel selection decisions than a traditional linear based model of personnel interviews. This study will focus on the American Association of School Personnel Administrators' (AASPA) Integrated Computer Interview System (ICIS). The ICIS is a variable length interview process for teacher interviews. The study will investigate the metric properties of this instrument to determine if this variable length process allows for more efficient results within a standardized interview format
This research concluded that the branching format allowed for significantly more accurate results from candidates with inconsistent responses while not elongating the interview process for all candidates. Furthermore, the research concluded that the efficiency of the AASPA ICIS could be improved by minor alterations to the design of the branching process
School code: 0099
DDC
Host Item Dissertation Abstracts International 67-01A
主題 Education, Administration
Education, Technology
0514
0710
Alt Author The University of Kansas
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