Psyche 70. Spring 2014

By |2019-12-10T01:55:47+01:00April 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+01:00December 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 ·      [...]

Psyche 67. Spring 2013

By |2019-12-10T01:54:44+01:00April 1st, 2013|Psyche|

A word from our TPF Chair by Xanthy Kallis Correspondence testing of recruiter bias and the Implicit Association Test - Pete Jones, Shire Professional5 What makes coaching effective? The importance of self-perception and openness to change for ‘Engagement’ within development - Jodi O’Dell, Changeinc Millennial Values and the Workplace - Emadad Khan, Three [...]

Psyche 66. Winter 2012

By |2019-12-10T01:54:25+01:00December 1st, 2012|Psyche|

A Few Words from your Editor by Adrian Starkey Employability, corporatization, global unemployment, and I/O psychologists - Paul Barrett, MD Advanced Projects R&D Ltd, Honorary Professor of Psychology, University of Auckland, NZ. Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Canterbury, NZ Psychometrics, Cognitive Capability and the Measurement of Potential to Handle Increasing Levels of [...]

Psyche 65. Summer 2012

By |2019-12-10T01:53:49+01:00July 1st, 2012|Psyche|

A Few Words from your Editor by Adrian Starkey Mindfulness at Work 1st Annual Conference – Brain-based approaches to improving employee resilience and productivity  - Harpal Dhatt, CEO at Glow at Work & Chartered Occupational Psychologist Blogging – ‘Fresh Perspective on Psychometrics’ Some introductory comments - Rajesh Chopra Dr Pete Jones’ & Tinu [...]

Psyche 64. Spring 2012

By |2019-12-10T01:53:33+01:00April 1st, 2012|Psyche|

A Few Words from your Editor by Adrian Starkey Report from the Chair by Xanthy Kallis, Chair of The Psychometrics Forum Interpreting Commercial Personality Test Scores: Separating the Subjective from the Objective - Paul Barrett, MD Advanced Projects R&D Ltd, Honorary Professor of Psychology, University of Auckland, NZ. Associate Professor of Psychology, University [...]

Psyche 63. Winter 2011

By |2019-12-10T01:53:15+01:00December 1st, 2011|Psyche|

A Few Words from your Editor  by Adrian Starkey Do Psychometrics Work in Real-world Organisations? -  Dr Max Blumberg, Research Fellow University of London and Founder of the Blumberg Partnership The Impact of Individual Resilience  - Philipa Riley, Senior Consultant, Product Development at A&DC Do Managers Need to be Open-minded  - Dr Hugh [...]

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