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Psyche 77. Spring 2017

By |2019-12-10T01:49:40+00:00April 1st, 2017|Psyche|

A few words from your editor, Tameron Chappell, Chartered Occupational Psychologist, Harvey Nash The Psychometrics Forum Committee Pioneers and Landmarks in intelligence tests: 1. Introduction to the series, Dr Hugh McCredie, TPF Vice Chair, Independent Chartered Psychologist Emotional Intelligence  - Attitude or Trait, TPF Event 21st September 2016: The JCA Emotional Profile: an introduction. [...]

Psyche 76. Autumn 2016

By |2019-12-10T01:57:43+00:00October 1st, 2016|Psyche|

·      Heroes, landmarks and blind alleys in personality assessment. 9. Arriving at the Frontier. Dr Hugh McCredie, TPF Vice Chair ·      Nigel Povah, Chairman and CEO at a&dc Ltd. Uses and Abuses of Assessment Centres (TPF 23rd June). Review by Dr Jane Pollock, Research & Business Psychologist, Psychometrician. ·      AC Wash-Up Poster (TPF 23rd June) Dr Kate [...]

Psyche 75. Spring 2016

By |2019-12-10T02:01:24+00:00April 1st, 2016|Psyche|

Heroes, landmarks and blind alleys in personality assessment  8. Connecting normal and dysfunctional personality characteristics  - Dr Hugh McCredie, TPF Vice Chair Dr Pete Jones - Unconscious bias: further developments in implicitly (TPF, 25 June 2015) - Review by Dr Kate Hammond, Business Psychologist & Associate Lecturer Mark Powell - Finding future leaders in your [...]

Psyche 74. Summer 2015

By |2019-12-10T01:57:09+00:00July 1st, 2015|Psyche|

A word from your editor by Adrian Starkey The utility of psychometric tests for small organizations – Prof. Paul Barrett Heroes, landmarks and blind alleys in personality assessment 7. Personality, feelings and the pursuit of happiness  - Dr Hugh McCredie Workforce analytics: who’s fooling who?  -  Dr Max Blumberg TIFF – the ‘actometric’ [...]

Psyche 73. Spring 2015

By |2019-12-10T01:56:52+00:00April 1st, 2015|Psyche|

·      A word from the Chair by Xanthy Kallis, Chair of the Psychometrics Forum ·      Heroes 6 - Circumplex models of personality - Dr Hugh McCredie, TPF Vice-chair ·      Supporting transition of armed forces personnel into Civvy Street by Sharon Patmore, CPsychol, Head of Workplace Psychology, Royal British Legion Industries ·      Coaching, risk & [...]

Psyche 72. Autumn/ Winter 2014

By |2019-12-10T01:56:34+00:00November 1st, 2014|Psyche|

·      A few words from your Editor by Adrian Starkey ·      Heroes, landmarks and blind alleys in personality assessment: 5. The contribution of the laboratory and experimental psychology: The work of Jeffery Gray (1934–2004) -  Dr Hugh McCredie, TPF Vice-Chair ·      Dr Rainer Kurz - Structure and dynamics of personality, ability and competency [...]

Psyche 71. Summer 2014

By |2019-12-10T01:56:17+00:00July 1st, 2014|Psyche|

·      A few words from your Editor by Adrian Starkey ·      Heroes, landmarks and blind alleys in personality assessment: 4. The later psycho-lexical trait studies and the emergence of the Big Five - Dr Hugh McCredie, TPF Vice-Chair ·      Digital Psychometrics: Personality Assessment in the Social Media & Big Data Era - Roy [...]

Psyche 70. Spring 2014

By |2019-12-10T01:55:47+00:00April 1st, 2014|Psyche|

·      Letter from the Chair by Xanthy Kallis ·      Heroes, landmarks and blind alleys in personality assessment - 3. Measures originating in clinical data 5 - Dr Hugh McCredie – TPF Vice-Chair ·      New tests for recruits and the changing nature of warfare - Sidney H. Irvine ·      Tales from the Frontier 2013 [...]

Psyche 69. Winter 2013/2014

By |2019-12-10T01:55:27+00:00December 1st, 2013|Psyche|

·      A few words from your editor  by Adrian Starkey ·      Big data and workforce analytics: an unresolved ambivalence - Prof. Paul Barrett, Chief Research Scientist, Cognadev ·      Heroes, landmarks and blind alleys in personality assessment –2. Early implicit measures and the first psycho-lexical trait studies - Dr Hugh McCredie, TPF Vice-Chair ·      [...]

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